My Schedule for #DayofDH: March 27, 2012

My Schedule for #DayofDH: March 27, 2012

This post is part of a series of posts I am writing as part of the “Day of Digital Humanities” project hosted by the University of Alberta. The #DayofDH project features blog posts and reflections by digital humanities academics for the day of March 27, 2012.  What’s Happened So Far:  Image Credit  4.30am: Wake up, check Twitter […]

Addressing Archival Silence on 19th Century Colonialism – Part 2: Creating a Nineteenth Century “Postcolonial” Archive

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Can the Subaltern Speak in the digital archive? This is the second of two posts on “Addressing Archival Silence on 19th Century Colonialism.” Readers may be interested in reading Natalia Cecire’s storify of the conversation over twitter and blog posts by Roger Whitson and Katherine Harris to follow up on the discussion. See part 1 […]

Addressing Archival Silence on 19th Century Colonialism – Part 1: The Power of the Archive

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Can the Subaltern speak in the digital archive? This is the first of two blog posts which follows on a recent discussion on about silence in the archives regarding gender and minorities. Readers may be interested in reading Natalia Cecire’s storify of the conversation over twitter and blog posts by Roger Whitson and Katherine Harris to follow up on the discussion. These […]

CFP: Race and the Digital Humanities (MLA13 Special Session Proposal)

Panel Convener: Adeline Koh, Assistant Professor of Literature, Richard Stockton College This MLA special session panel will focus on discussions of race, ethnicity and access within the digital humanities. Scholars such as Alan Liu, Tara McPherson and Lisa Nakamura have argued that cultural studies approaches and methodologies have been consistently overlooked by much of Digital […]