This 2 day event features panelists from across the country and the OU community. Join us for two days of discussion on the state of digital humanities research and teaching. Moderated by Carrie Schroeder and Darren Purcell. Free and open to the public.
I will be speaking in session 1:
Session 1: Thursday October 22, 2-3:30PM CT
Moderated By Carrie Schroeder
- Dhanashree Thorat Mississippi State University “Racial Terror and Infrastructural Imperialism”
- Jennifer Isasi University of Texas, Austin “A Pilot Experiment for Multilingual DH Contexts: Sentiment Analysis in Translation”
- Sylvia Fernández Quintanilla University of Kansas “Intervening in the (Neo)Colonial Digital Cultural Record of Geopolitical Borderlands”
- Aparna Nair University of Oklahoma “Digital Humanities in Disability Studies/History”