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 […]
Below are my slides for “The Political Power of Play”, my keynote address for Re:Humanities 2014, an undergraduate digital humanities conference put on by the TriCollege Digital Humanities Initiative (Haverford, Swarthmore and Bryn Mawr Colleges). The full text of the keynote has also been published as a peer reviewed article in the journal Hybrid Pedagogy. […]
Below is our submission for a Postcolonial Digital Humanities roundtable at the Modern Language Association at Vancouver, B.C. in January 2015. The roundtable will be presided over by Adeline Koh. Postcolonial Digital Humanities: Praxis Precis: This roundtable explores the role of praxis in the academy through the fields of postcolonial studies and the digital humanities. […]
Apply to be a DH@Stockton Intern! from Adeline Koh A brief powerpoint I prepared to market the DH@Stockton internship. More about DH@Stockton here.
Rewriting Wikipedia Project Postcolonial Digital Humanities Rutgers January 14 from Adeline Koh These are the slides for a workshop on the Rewriting Wikipedia Project that I gave at Rutgers in January 2014. RWP is a joint project with Roopika Risam under Postcolonial Digital Humanities.
DHThis a Peer Review Experiment Adeline Koh Rutgers Jan 2014 from Adeline Koh This is a presentation on #DHThis that I gave at the Feminist Digital Pedagogies conference in January 2014. #DHThis is a peer review experiment in the digital humanities that attempts to give voice to a larger, more diverse digital humanities public. Read […]
Addition, January 8, 2014: After thinking about the reaction to the comic below further, I am sorry that the comic led people to be genuinely hurt. That was not my intention, and I hope the post below–where I gesture at some of the problems I see in some types of critical making–makes that clear. The comic […]
Below I list the panels I hope to attend at #MLA14; I’ve chosen them with a special eye towards race, gender, postcolonial studies, the digital humanities and pedagogy. Unfortunately I won’t be able to attend each one as many are scheduled each other in the same slots, but I will be reading the Twitter feed […]
From Print to Digital: Reconfiguring Postcolonial Knowledge The following is a lightning talk that I gave at two venues: (1) the “Decolonizing DH” panel at the Modern Language Association annual meeting in 2014, and (2) at “Sorting the Digital Humanities Out,” a workshop convened by Patrik Svensson (@patriksv) at HUMLab, Umea, Sweden. I am currently working […]
Here are the slides for a presentation I gave for the Digital Humanities Initiative and to Judy Malloy’s class on social media poetics at Princeton in November 2013. Postcolonial Digital Humanities: Concepts and Challenges from Adeline Koh