Date(s) - 11/08/2019
10:30 am - 3:30 pm
Bird Library, Room 608
Recent work by scholars like Ruha Benjamin (on race and the internet), Safiya Noble (on racism and search technologies), and Roopika Risam (on postcolonial digital humanities) has revealed the inextricable links between digital technology and issues of politics, race, and identity. Participants are invited to share work that addresses how digital technologies, online contexts, and/or analog or digital media remediate gender, race, disability, identity and their intersections. Accepted participants will present for 15-20 minutes, alongside other related papers, in a workshop format geared towards feedback. For more information, visit the CNY Humanities Corridor website. Send questions to email@example.com.
10:30-12:00 Session 1: Lina Žigelytė, “From Queer Archives to Queer Data”
Caitlin McDonough & Sarah Bratt, “Extending and Destabilizing the Scientific Laboratory”
1:00-2:30 Session 2: Andrew Ridgeway, “Reclaiming Digital Spaces: Resisting the Rise of White Nationalism”
Sarah Elizabeth Bolden, “Platformed Precarity: Evaluating how networked hate groups negotiate the risk of being de-platformed”
This event is part organized by the Global Digital Humanities Working Group, sponsored by the Central New York Humanities Corridor, from an award by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.