I will be speaking at the following events:
April 19, 2019. Invited Talk. “Decolonizing Data Regimes.” Studio @Butler, Columbia University.
April 24, 2019. Invited Workshop. “Data and Social Justice Workshop.” Krannert Memorial Library, University of Indianapolis.
May 8, 2019. Workshop. “Building a professional digital presence with WordPress.” Spencer Museum of Art, University of Kansas. Workshop for graduate students.
May, 16-18, 2019. Panelist, HASTAC 2019. “Precarious Labor and Radical Care in Digital and Public Humanities.”
(Co-panelists: Nicky Andrews, Anne Cong-Huyen, George Hoagland, Kush Patel)
July 23-26, 2019 – TBD. Panelist, ACH 2019. “Keywords in Asian/American Digital Humanities.”
SELECTED PAST EVENTS
March 22, 2019. Webinar. “Postcolonial Digital Humanities.” Black Book Interactive Project webinar.
February 13, 2019. Digital Optimism in the Age of Trump: A Data Hackathon with Dhanashree Thorat and Germaine Halegoua. University of Kansas.
January 5, 2019. ACH Roundtable Panelist, Modern Language Association Conference, Chicago.”Post/Colonial Transactions in the Global Digital Humanities.”
(Co-Panelists: Carrie Johnson, Rikk Mulligan, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Lisa Rhody)
December 12-13, 2018. Event Organizer and Speaker, Digital Humanities Winter School, Pune, India
November 11, 2018. Presenter, American Studies Association Conference, Atlanta. “Hashtag Resistance: Building Interracial Coalitions for Racial Justice in the United States”
(Co-Panelists: Melissa Brown and Chesya Burke; Panel Chair: Jessica Marie Johnson)
September 21, 2018. Keynote speaker. Network Detroit 2018. “Digital Infrastructures and Communities in Resistance”
August 16, 2018. Workshop facilitator, “Critical Engagement through Digital Pedagogy.” KU Teaching Summit 2018.
(with co-facilitators, An Sasala and Brian Rosenblum)
January 29, 2018. Invited seminar talk, “Postcolonial Imperatives in the Digital Age.” Digital Humanities Seminar sponsored by the Hall Center for the Humanities, University of Kansas.
November 2017. Presenter, “Muslim, Asian, and Black Solidarities after 9/11.” National Women Studies Association (NWSA), Baltimore.