May 8: Transformations +++

Over the course of the last year or so, “DH” has increasingly been subjected to scrutiny and critique, while (simultaneously) a rhetoric of transformation has accrued around DH as an enterprise. Is DH in need of transformation? Do the digital humanities cloak a conservative agenda? Can we imagine a critical, politically engaged DH (and is it perhaps here at work already)? What does the future hold for the digital humanities?


Presentation: Melissa

Why the World Needs #dhpoco



No exercise due.


Please send a brief accounting of your public writing activities since April 10th (including links) to me by the time the class meets. Please also send me your final Fieldwork audits, including your self-assigned tallies.


May 8: Jason Rudy

WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 10:00 AM, 2115 Tawes Hall



2 thoughts on “May 8: Transformations +++

  1. I do agree with all of the ideas you have introduced for
    your post. They are very convincing and can certainly
    work. Nonetheless, the posts are too quick for starters.
    May you please prolong them a bit from subsequent time?
    Thanks for the post.

  2. I agree. The questions you presented in your introduction are very intriguing and catchy. It would be nice to have some background to prepare the stage for the post. It’s a really good start and would like to read more.

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