"New York's South Asian cabbies probably had no idea they were straddling the digital divide when they used their own CB channels to organize surprise strikes and demonstrations. But in Technicolor: Race, Technology, and Everyday Life, the editors bring together a series of essays that broaden the concept far beyond the borders of your average two-part Times series," Boris Kachka, New York Magazine
"broaden[s] the scope of recent scholarship on technology and culture in important ways," Josephine Lee, Journal of Asian Studies
"The essays in Technicolor are revolutionary... they encourage the reader to consider the material possibilities of cyberspace for people of color," Andre Brock, University of Iowa
"bring[s] the Afrodiasporic experience to life in new ways," Lisa Yazek, Rethinking History
articles and book chapters
Alondra Nelson and Joan H. Robinson. 'The Social Life of DTC Genetics: The Case of 23 and Me,' Handbook of Science, Technology and Society. Eds. Daniel Lee Kleinman and Kelly Moore (London: Routledge, 2014).
‘Reconciliation Projects: From Kinship to Justice,’ Genetics and the Unsettled Past: The Collision of DNA, Race, and History. (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2012).
‘Roots and Revelation: The YouTube Generation and the Pursuit of African Ancestry.’ Race After the Internet. Eds. Lisa Nakamura and Peter Chow-White. (New York: Routledge, 2011). (with Jeong Won Hwang)
‘Bio Science: Genetic Ancestry Testing and the Pursuit of African Ancestry,’ Social Studies of Science 38: 759-783. (Revised version reprinted in Scientific Cultures, Technological Challenges: A Transatlantic Perspective. Publications of the Bavarian American Academy, Vol. 10. Eds. Klaus Benesch and Meike Zwingenberger. Heidelberg, Germany: Winter Verlag, 2008, 125-153).
‘The Factness of Diaspora,’ in Eds. Barbara Koenig, Sandra Soo-Jin Lee, and Sarah Richardson. Revisiting Race in a Genomic Age. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2008. (A revised version published in Rites of Return: Bodies, Sites and Archives of Attachment, Eds. Marianne Hirsch and Nancy K. Miller, Columbia University Press, 2011).
Bolnick, Deborah, Duana Fullwiley, Troy Duster, Richard Cooper, Joan H. Fujimura, Jonathan Kahn, Jay S. Kaufman, Jonathan Marks, Ann Morning, Alondra Nelson, et al. ‘The Business and Science of Ancestry Testing,’ Science 318 (5849): 399-400.
‘A Black Mass as Black Gothic’: Myth and Medicine in African American Cultural Nationalism,’ in New Thoughts on the Black Arts Movement. Eds. Lisa Gail Collins and Margo Crawford. (New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press, 2006).
‘Beyond Roots,’ The Boston Globe, February 10, 2006, A19.
‘Unequal Treatment,’ Review of Medical Apartheid: The Dark History of Medical Experimentation on Black Americans From Colonial Times to the Present by Harriet A. Washington. The Washington Post, January 7, 2007, B11.
‘Code Warrior.’ A Review of Hacker Cracker: A Journey from the Mean Streets of Brooklyn to the Frontiers of Cyberspace by Ejovi Nuwere and David Chanoff. Washington Post, December 22, 2002, B03. (Reprinted as ‘The Black Hacker Who Succeeded in Business,’ Chicago Sun-Times, January 19, 2003).