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November 12, 2023
ART @ 75: BDH Workshop

A key highlight of our latest ongoing project is Ashanti Stiff's recent workshop! As a UX Research Assistant, Stiff led a session that focused on ideation, speculative design thinking, and evaluating boundaries and barriers in digital humanities - all in the context of curating an exhibition on the history of the Department of Art at […]

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November 10, 2023
Job Opportunity: California State University

Passing on a lovely opportunity sent to us from folks at California State University: We would like to announce our digital humanities / visual studies job to members of the Black┬áDigital┬áHumanities Lab. Here is the information: Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature, in digital humanities or visual studies.The Comparative World Literature program at CSULB is excited […]

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September 3, 2023
The Year Ahead: Plans for 2023-24

As the new school year kicks off, we are excited to continue supporting students through the development of this project - and we have some pretty exciting things planned for this coming year! While we are still working on securing funding to do bigger projects, the success of our undergraduate work-study program and speaker series […]

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August 31, 2023
BDH Speaker Series featured on Faculty of Information Website!

Exciting news! The Faculty of Information, whose EDI office provided financial support for this speaker series, highlighted the Black Digital Humanities Speaker Series on their website! Check out the article here!

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April 22, 2023
A professor in the making!

Congratulations to Capryka Hunt, our amazing Research Assistant, on leading a very successful workshop as part of our Black Digital Humanities research project and speaker series. Participants learnt about ideation activities, speculative design thinking, and how to assess boundaries and barriers for their ideal projects ­čĺí The insights collected from this workshop will help us […]

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April 22, 2023
Black Digital Humanities: A Reading List

Designing a research study requires first understanding the existing literature on a specific topic. Prior to running their workshops, our RAs engaged with a wide range of scholarship on Black Digital Humanities, Black Digital Studies, and Black Studies, at large. We have created a Zotero group with the texts we have engaged with and this […]

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