Category: teaching

feminism, Race/Ethnicity, talks, teaching, Workshops

Feminist Anti-racist Wikipedia Edit-a-thon at Pratt Institute

Updated to include additional links and acknowledgements (thanks, Siân and @bigxphilly!). Back in October, I had the pleasure of hosting a Feminist Anti-racist Wikipedia Edit-a-thon at Pratt Institute at the invitation of Minh-Ha Pham (Media Studies) and Holly Wilson (Library) for a graduate-level class.  I’m sharing my slides below, sadly without much context, but hopefully …

academia, talks, teaching

Talk: #ICA17 Closing Plenary

Recently, I was invited to participate in the closing plenary about digital pedagogy for the International Communications Association in San Diego. Many, many thanks to Paula Gardner, President Elect of ICA and former fellow FemTechNet Co-Facilitator, for the invitation to speak, and for curating such a welcoming, inclusive, and feminist conference. It was reflected in …

teaching, Workshops

Workshop: DH Tools Across Disciplines, Santa Clara University

This past week, I had the pleasure of leading a workshop on using “Digital Humanities Tools Across Disciplines” at Santa Clara University to their newly formed Center for Arts and Humanities faculty working group in digital humanities and their library. Many thanks to Michelle Burnham and Amy Lueck for the invitation and for the entire …

teaching, Workshops

NWSA 2016: Radicalizing the Curriculum and Decolonizing the Canon

This weekend, I’m participating in a workshop at the National Women’s Studies Association entitled “Radicalizing the Curriculum and Decolonizing the Canon,” along with my dear colleagues, Kim Brillante Knight (UT Dallas), Kris McAbee (University of Arkansas, Little Rock), Jessica C. Murphy (UT Dallas), Jen Shook (Grinnell College). I’m sharing some preliminary and entirely incomplete notes here to accompany my …

academia, teaching

Mellon Mays Website Building/Reading Workshop

For this exercise, in small groups, I want you to pick two of the following professional websites and examine them for the production and curation of professional academic identity. Matthew K. Gold Amanda Phillips Ann M. Little Miriam Posner Jessica Marie Johnson Lisa Nakamura Kim Knight Questions to consider: How is the individual identifying him/her/their self? …

academia, teaching, Uncategorized

Panel: HASTAC 2016

This week, I am at Arizona State University attending the annual HASTAC Conference. Today, I’ll be on a panel discussing a recent collaboration I had with Sofia Dueñas, an undergraduate and our inaugural Digital Liberal Arts Cauffman Fellow, at Whittier College. Below is the abstract of our panel, and some information and media from our …

teaching

Copyright and Creative Commons

A visual explanation of the GNU Free Documentation License 1.3 section 11

Copyright & Licensing – Created with Haiku Deck, presentation software that inspires Notes for teaching students about Copyright and Creative Commons. Slide 1: Introduction Slide 2: Copyright: A form of intellectual property. Grants legal, exclusive rights given to the creator of any original work to use and distribute, especially for commercial use. Copyright is automatically …

academia, teaching, travel

Up Ahead: MLA 2013

I’m getting ready to attend the Modern Language Association annual convention in Boston, where I’ll be speaking on a panel entitled, Representing Race: Silence in the Digital Humanities. That session is #s239, Friday, 4 January, 10:15–11:30 a.m., Gardner, Sheraton. I look forward to seeing some of you there! For more information on the panel, please see Adeline …

teaching, UCSB

New Winter Course: Literature & Media of Transnational Asian America

A belated announcement for my new Winter course at UCSB, English 134: The Literature and Media of Transnational Asian America. Primarily a literature course, this course will also look at film and digital production, in addition to novels and stories, as they pertain to Asian Americans. Because the course fulfills several General Education requirements, I’m …