I will be speaking at the following events:

29 Sep. Invited Talk. “Postcolonial DH in the Indian context.” Emerging Trends in DH series by Pondicherry University.

15 Oct. Invited Talk. “What is Digital Humanities Anyways?” Mississippi State University Institute for the Humanities.

22 Oct. Invited Talk. Digital Humanities Symposium. University of Oklahoma. TBD – Originally scheduled for Spring 2020.

23 Oct. Invited Panelist. Webinar on Digitisation, Archives and Colonialism. TBD.


July, 2020. Roundtable. DH 2020 (Ottawa). “Asian American Digital Humanities: Building Radical Communities through Justice-Oriented Praxis.” (Co-Panelists: Setsuko Yokoyama, Arun Jacob, Anne Cong-Huyen, Amardeep Singh). Format changed due to COVID-19.

May 18-20, 2020. HILT 2020. “Anti-Racist Feminist Digital Humanities” Anne Cong-Huyen and I are co-teaching this week long course at the University of Nebraska (Lincoln, NE). Student scholarships are available. Cancelled due to COVID-19

Nov 10, 2019. Dialogue panel. American Studies Association Conference. (Hawaii). “Data as Terror, Data as Transformation.” (Co-Panelists: Lauren Klein, Mimi Onuoha, Miriam Posner, David Kim, Shaka McGlotten, Jack Gieseking)

July 23-26, 2019. Panelist, ACH 2019 (Pittsburgh). “Keywords in Asian/American Digital Humanities.”

April 24, 2019. Invited Workshop. “Data and Social Justice Workshop.” Krannert Memorial Library, University of Indianapolis.

April 19, 2019. Invited Talk. “Decolonizing Data Regimes.” Studio @Butler, Columbia University.

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.

December 12-13, 2018. Event Organizer and Speaker, Digital Humanities Winter School, Pune, India

September 21, 2018. Keynote speaker. Network Detroit 2018. “Digital Infrastructures and Communities in Resistance”

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.