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CFP: RIAS — Special Issue – “Cultural Screenings: Re-Situating American Digital Practices”

A friend forwarded an interesting CFP to me today for a special issue of the online journal, Review of International American Studies. Looks like a great opportunity for some Global Outlook:DH and #transformDH work! I’m sharing the entirety of the CFP below since I haven’t seen it online yet… Print technology and the discovery of the …

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Upcoming Talk: ASA 2013, “Voces Móviles and the Precarity of Work and Play in Online/Offline Spaces”

Next weekend I’ll be in Washington, D.C. for the annual meeting of the American Studies Association. One of my favorite conferences, this year I’m especially excited, since I’ll be on a kick-ass panel of digital media scholars, including Daniel Greene, Laura Portwood-Stacer, Lisa Nakamura, and Tara McPherson will be responding. Our panel, Session # 307, “Identity …

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Tell me about your Asian/Asian Am Digital/DH work!

If you’ve read some of my previous posts or have seen me speak recently, you’re probably familiar with some of my current work in bridging Asian Studies with Asian American Studies, and between the ethnic and area studies with new media studies and the digital humanities. I know that there’s a lot of amazing work …

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New Issue of Journal of e-Media Studies

A quick update amidst all the travel posts to announce the publication of a new article, “‘Dark Mass,’ or the Problems with Creative Crowd Labor,” in a special issue of The Journal of e-Media Studies on “Computational Cultures After the Cloud.” The issue is edited by Jentery Sayers, who invited me to submit something after seeing my presentation, …

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Race, Ethnicity, and Diaspora in the Digital Age

Over the past month or so, I’ve been working with a graduate student in Anthropology from the University of Florida,  Edward Gonzalez-Tennant, to co-host a HASTAC Scholars forum, on race and ethnicity in the digital age. With the help and guidance of the wonderful Fiona Barnett, director of the HASTAC Scholars program, it has finally …