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Selections from Debates in the Digital Humanities
June 25 | 3-5pm | Virtual
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"Why are the Digital Humanities So White? or Thinking of the Histories of Race and Computation" - Tara McPherson
"Can Information Be Unfettered? Race and the New Digital Humanities Canon" - Amy E. Earhart
"Where is Cultural Criticism in the Digital Humanities?" - Alan Liu
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Battershill, C., & Ross, S. (2017). Using digital humanities in the classroom: A practical introduction for teachers, lecturers, and students. Bloomsbury Academic.
Benjamin, R. (2019). Race after technology: Abolitionist tools for the new Jim Code. Polity.
Caswell, M. (2014). Archiving the unspeakable: Silence, memory, and the photographic record in Cambodia. University of Wisconsin Press.
Davis, R. F., Gold, M. K., Harris, K. D., & Sayers, J. (Eds.).(2020). Digital pedagogy in the humanities: Concepts, models, and experiments. Modern Language Association. https://digitalpedagogy.hcommons.org/help
GO::DH. (n.d.) Minimal Computing. [Thought pieces by the working group] https://go-dh.github.io/mincomp/
Kirschenbaum, M. G. (2008). Mechanisms: New media and the forensic imagination. MIT Press.
Losh, E., & Wernimont, J. (Eds.). (2019). Bodies of information: Intersectional feminism and the digital humanities. University of Minnesota Press.
Noble, S. U. (2018). Algorithms of oppression: How search engines reinforce racism. NYU Press.
Risam, R. (2018). New digital worlds: Postcolonial digital humanities in theory, praxis, and pedagogy. Northwestern University Press.