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#MLA 2016 Proposal: Repair and Reparations in Digital Public Spaces

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I prepared the following proposal for #MLA16 with Annemarie Perez, and will chair the panel. Repair and Reparations in Digital Public Spaces Chair/Presiding: Adeline Koh, Associate Professor, Director, DH@Stockton, Stockton U Participants: David Theo Goldberg, Professor, UC Irvine Angel David Nieves, Associate Professor, Hamilton College Annemarie Perez, Instructor, Loyola Marymount University Siobhan Senier, Associate Professor, […]

#MLA16 Panel Proposal: Affect, Emotion and Digital Scholarly Publics

The following is a special session panel proposal for the 2016 MLA meeting that I wrote and organized. #MLA16 Panel Proposal: Affect, Emotion and Digital Scholarly Publics Panelists: Adeline Koh, Associate Professor, Stockton University Howard Rambsy, Associate Professor, Southern Illinois University at Edwardsville Cathy Schlund-Vials, Associate Professor, University of Connecticut (Storrs) Edmond Chang, Assistant Professor, […]

Resources on Integrating Wikipedia Into Your Classroom

I’m often asked how instructors can get started with integrating Wikipedia into their classrooms. I’ve provided a list of some helpful resources on getting started below. Tutorials on Getting Started Basic tutorial on editing Wikipedia Wikipedia Training Tutorial for Educators Wikipedia Training Tutorial for Students Handouts for Instructors For Instructors: How to Use Wikipedia as […]

New Article: Introducing Digital Humanities Work to Undergraduates

My new essay, Introducing Digital Humanities Work to Undergraduates: An Overview has just been published in the journal Hybrid Pedagogy. Abstract: “This article provides a brief overview of an assortment of digital humanities projects that can be implemented in primarily undergraduate-focused institutions. Readers should be able to decide on what level they would like to […]

Academic Bad Faith

One of the most important concepts I have learned is what Jean-Paul Sartre has called “mauvaise foi”, usually translated into English as bad faith. Bad faith applies to a lot of things around us. It illustrates what happens when we are complicit in structures of dishonesty, structures of oppression, but pretend to be the opposite. […]

Niceness, Building, and Opening the Genealogy of the Digital Humanities: Beyond the Social Contract of Humanities Computing

My new article, “Niceness, Building, and Opening the Genealogy of the Digital Humanities: Beyond the Social Contract of Humanities Computing” has just been published by differences: A Journal of Feminist Cultural Studies. If you can’t access the paywalled version I’ve also uploaded an earlier version here. Abstract: “This essay explores the ‘social contract’ of the digital […]