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Digital Humanities Pedagogy Workshop

The Digital Humanities Pedagogy Workshop is a year-long, collaborative learning experience dedicated to supporting graduate students in the development of digital humanities skills and pedagogical practices. The workshop comprises critical discussions on pedagogy, hands-on tool learning, presentations from guest faculty speakers, and course conceptualization. Over the course of the year, participants create assignments using digital platforms and, by year's end, will have completed the design of a course syllabus.

Hosted by the Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities, the Digital Humanities Pedagogy Workshop is co-convened by graduate students Liz Laurie (Interdisciplinary Program in Theatre and Drama) and Samantha Botz (English) and advised by Josh Honn (Digital Humanities Librarian).

schedule

The Digital Humanities Pedagogy Workshop will convene over the course of the year on the following days:

Fall Quarter 2019: October 15, October 24, November 12, November 22, December 3
Winter Quarter 2020:
January 14, February 11, February 25, March 10
Spring Quarter 2020:
April 7, April 28

The workshop meets from 12:00 to 2:00 pm on these dates in the Kaplan Humanities Institute seminar room (Kresge Hall #2350).

EVENTS

Making a Case for Black DH, 2.0:  Black Digital Humanities Theory, Pedagogy, & Praxis — Kim Gallon
November 22, 2019 (Fri.)
12:30 - 2:00pm
Kaplan Institute, Kresge Hall #2350
Public welcome!
Lunch provided: please RSVP to elizabethslaurie@gmail.com.

Kim Gallon is Assistant Professor of History, Purdue University, and founder and director of the Black Press Research Collective. She will present on black digital humanities in the classroom.

PAST EVENTS

Asian Americans and the Digital Humanities — Lori Kido Lopez
October 24, 2019 (Thurs.)
12:30 - 2:00pm
Kaplan Institute, Kresge Hall #2350
Lunch provided: please RSVP to elizabethslaurie@gmail.com.

Lori Kido Lopez, Associate Professor of Media and Cultural Studies in the Department of Communication Arts, and affiliate faculty in the Asian American Studies Program and the Department of Gender and Women's Studies, at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

Dr. Lopez is author of Asian American Media Activism: Fighting for Cultural Citizenship (2016, NYU Press) which examines the efforts of Asian Americans to impact the way that their community has been represented in mainstream media. She is also co-editor of The Routledge Companion to Asian American Media (2017) and co-editor for the International Journal of Cultural Studies.

Questions?

Please contact workshop conveners Liz Laurie or Samantha Botz.

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