Jessica Marie Johnson:
"Keywords and Dark Filaments in Digital Time"
THURSDAY, OCT 1
Online, via Zoom:
Jessica Marie Johnson is an Assistant Professor in the Department of History at Johns Hopkins University. Johnson is a historian of Atlantic slavery and the Atlantic African diaspora. She is the author of "Wicked Flesh: Black Women, Intimacy, and Freedom in the Atlantic World" (University of Pennsylvania Press, August 2020).
She is co-editor with Lauren Tilton and David Mimno of "Debates in the Digital Humanities: Computational Humanities". She is guest editor of "Slavery in the Machine", a special issue of sx:archipelagos (2019) and co-editor with Dr. Mark Anthony Neal (Duke University) of "Black Code: A Special Issue of the Black Scholar" (2017).
Her work has appeared in Slavery & Abolition, The Black Scholar, Meridians: Feminism, Race and Transnationalism, American Quarterly, Social Text, The Journal of African American History, the William & Mary Quarterly, Debates in the Digital Humanities, Forum Journal, Bitch Magazine, Black Perspectives (AAIHS), Somatosphere and Post-Colonial Digital Humanities (DHPoco) and her book chapters have appeared in multiple edited collections.
The 2020-2021 IDRH Colloquium titled Human Stories/Digital Storytellers is a series of virtual events focused on the ethics, politics, and techniques of digital storytelling. Stretched over the length of the academic year, the events will feature exemplary projects from across the world and across the KU campus, model digital storytelling practices, and introduce participants to a range of digital storytelling tools.