Tag: #transformDH

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Digital Pedagogy as Transformative Digital Humanities

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Yesterday, I had the pleasure of visiting Fresno State University to give a talk at Manning Library to a digital humanities focused Faculty Learning Community about digital pedagogy and digital humanities. Many thanks to David Drexler for the invitation, and to John Beynon and Kathee Godfrey for their hospitality! I’m sharing the talk and slides below. …

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NWSA 2014 Proposal: Transgression, Gender Disturbance, and Feminist Sci-Fi Futures

Update, April 20, 2014: I just got the message this past weekend, and I’m super excited to announce that our panel was accepted. I’ll update this post again with program information when I learn about specifics of time/place. See you all in San Juan this winter! Here is a panel proposal I organized for the upcoming National …

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CFP: Ada Journal: Gender, Globalization, and the Digital

Our lovely friends at #dhpoco, Adeline Koh and Roopika Risam, are guest editing a special upcoming issue of Ada, A journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology, and it looks awesome. The special #dhpoco issue will address Gender, Globalization, and the Digital. According to the CFP (linked above): In this issue we seek essays that explore …

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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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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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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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CFP: Digital Humanities Projects on Asian/Asian American Studies

I got some amazing news when my good friend and WOC and DH frolleague Adeline Koh announced that she was the new Digital Humanities editor for the brand new Asian and Asian American Studies journal Verge: Studies in Global Asias. The section she will be editing is called “Interface,” and she is currently looking for …

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#CESA2013: Race in DH – Transformative Asian/American Digital Humanities

Below is the talk I gave as part of a roundtable on race in the digital humanities at CESA2013. It really should have included “Being a Woman of Color in the digital humanities” as part of the title, but much of the presentation was a result of observations I made as the conference approached, and …

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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 …