© 2016 by Brandeis Marshall

Twitter has evolved into a change agent technology with the Black community after a Seattle literary agent and one of the jurors tried to sign a book deal after the controversial 2013 State of Florida v. George Zimmerman verdict. Twitter serves as a crowdsource of opinions, outrage and then a unified solidarity/voice of protest by the use of #BlackTwitter. Since Trayvon Martin's death, black twitter is not just a hashtag, it's a representation of the black socially-networked community from pre-teens to those in retirement. There is much to learn about BlackTwitter and its power to elevate innovation.  

Publications

The Impact of Live Tweeting on Social Movements

Brandeis Marshall, Takeria Blunt, Tayloir Thompson

Venue: Proceedings of the IEEE Information Reuse and Integration, pp. 209-216, 2018.

EvergreenLP: Using a Social Network as a Learning Platform

Jaye Nias, Brandeis Marshall, Tayloir Thompson, Takeria Blunt. 

Venue: IEEE Frontiers in Education, pp. 1-7, 2017.

Data Science Experiences for Undergraduates

Brandeis Marshall

Venue: Journal of Computing Sciences in Colleges, Vol. 33, No. 2, pp. 198-204, 2017.

Presentations

Brandeis Marshall

Invited Talk: Linguistic Diversity in NLP

​ASA Symposium on Data Science and Statistics 2019

Takeria Blunt, Brandeis Marshall

Poster: Kennesaw State University Analytics Day 2018

Visualizing Twitter Sub-Culture: Where is Black Twitter?

Tayloir Thompson, Brandeis Marshall

Poster: Kennesaw State University Analytics Day 2018

Signifyin' Groups within Black Twitter

Brandeis Marshall

Talk: ​BlackComputeHER Conference 2018

Black Twitter's Reaction to the Oscars

Takeria Blunt, Brandeis Marshall

Poster: Spelman College Research Day 2017.

An Analysis of BlackTwitter Through Word Clouds

Author: T. Thompson, B. Marshall

Poster: Spelman College Research Day 2017.

Visualizing BlackTwitter's Response to the Oscars Ceremonies

Tayloir Thompson, Takeria Blunt, Brandeis Marshall

Poster: Spelman College Research Day 2016.

The Grammys and Oscars according to #BlackTwitter

Brandeis Marshall

Talk: Agnes Scott College 2016.

The Grammys and Oscars according to #BlackTwitter: A Preliminary Data Analysis

This site was designed with the
.com
website builder. Create your website today.
Start Now