Jasmine Rault is an Assistant Professor of Media Studies in the department of Arts, Culture, Media at University of Toronto Scarborough and the Faculty of Information at University of Toronto. Rault’s research focuses on mediations of gender, race and sexuality in architecture and design, digital cultures and economies, arts and social movements. This includes publications on the confluence between “coloniality, digitality and architectural modernity” (forthcoming), “White Noise/White Affects” in queer popular culture (Feminist Media Studies), “Relajo and the Affects of Queer Activism in Mexico” (Scholar & Feminist Online), risk and intimate networks in queer digital archives (Women & Performance) and more in journals such as Ephemera, Ada, Women’s Studies Quarterly, Interiors: Design, Architecture, Culture; Archives of American Art. Rault’s first book is Eileen Gray and the Design of Sapphic Modernity: Staying In (Ashgate/Routledge). Rault is co-director of the Digital Research Ethics Collaboratory (DREC, drecollab.org) and the Cabaret Commons (cabaretcommons.org).