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HASTAC 2014 Proposal: Political Platforms: Software, Social Justice, and Designing for Change

*Update: Our panel was accepted! I’ll see you all in Lima, Peru (thank goodness my Mellon Postdoc comes with research fund!) for HASTAC2014! Here’s a proposal I put together with several colleagues for HASTAC 2014, the 6th annual meeting of HASTAC, this time in Lima, Peru. Much of the thinking that informs this proposal comes from #transformDH, and, more …

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“Voces Móviles and the Precarity of Work in Online/Offline Spaces”

Update, Dec. 2, 2013: Dan Greene, our lovely convener, has written a great wrap-up of our panel for the CUNY Academic Commons Digital Labor Group.  His Panel Review briefly summarizes each speaker’s presentation. Thanks, Dan! Update, Nov. 27, 2013: Many thanks to Jen Jack Gieseking for Storifying the tweets from our panel! For those who …

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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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Upcoming Talk: Critical Ethnic Studies, Chicago 2013; And Plans for my time at UCLA

The MLA Job Information List was just published yesterday, and the anxiety is about to surface… But before the job market tension becomes full-fledged, I get to bask in the love and solidarity that abounds at the Critical Ethnic Studies Conference (or so I’ve been told, since this will be my first time attending). This …

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CFP of Interest: Ecologies of Urbanism in Asia II: Cities, Towns, and the Places of Nature

Came across this amazing call for papers just now on a listserv for Asian American studies. This conference on Asian urbanism will take place in Hong Kong next summer, but CFPs are due in July. A previous one, with a focus on India, was held in 2010. Not sure what kinds of scholars they are …

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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 …