Networking Peripheries and Network Sovereignty Both Chan and Duarte emphasize new possibilities / futures that can be imagined by understanding cultural, social and political aspects of networks: how they function and work to create, manage and define systems of power...
There are strands in the DH theories, methods and practices that we have read thus far that you all circled back to in your presentations last week that are evident in Chan’s work: Values collaboration that acknowledges the varied inputs to production of knowledge and...
As noted in most of the readings this week (and you will see in the following weeks), there is no shortage of definitions for the digital humanities. Check out this site for a endless supply of definitions of digital humanities. Keep refreshing the page and you get a...
Access 2017 Keynote, Saskatoon, SK, CA
Distinguished Seminar Series at OCLC
Presentation at the Australian Institute of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Studies, Canberra, Australia
Plenary talk at NEH Play/ Back Symposium, Washington, DC
Keynote at the Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities Conference: University of Kansas IDHR, Lawrence, KS, 2015
Keynote at Rare Books and Manuscripts Conference, UC Berkeley
Presentation at the Art of Archives Symposium, UC Davis