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Digitizing Race Visual Cultures of the Internet Electronic MediationsS the contrary with examples ranging from Jennifer Lopez music videos films including the Matrix trilogy Gattaca and Minority Report and online joke sites that users of color and women use the Internet to vigorously articulate their own types of virtual community avatar bodies and racial politicsLisa Nakamura is associate professor of speech communication and Asian American studies at the University of Illinois Urbana Champaign She is the author of Cybertypes Race Ethnicity and Identity on the Internet and coeditor with Beth Kolko and Gilbert Rodman of Race in Cyberspace. An impressionistic and rambling review of several b