DH@OU5: New Voices in Digital Humanities

October 22 & 23 2020

Featuring eight presenters from across the country. Organized and moderated by Carrie Schroeder and Darren Purcell.

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”

Session 2: Friday October 23, 2-3:30PM CT

Moderated by Darren Purcell

Kalenda Eaton University of Oklahoma “‘What is this for?’ Exploring the Purpose(s) of Digital Humanities in the Classroom”

Christy Hyman University of Nebraska “Abstract|Concretize|Simplify: The Tensions of Critical GIS and Historical Geography”

Caitlin Marley Bowling Green State University “Ciceronian Networks: A New Approach to Old Letters”

Kevin Winstead Penn State University “Caping for Crystal: Crystal Johnson, Digital Propaganda and Black Political Currency”

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