• A Black Social World: Recovering African American Community Life through Generative Digital Practice

    Author(s):
    Julian C. Chambliss (see profile)
    Date:
    2018
    Group(s):
    Digital Humanists, Digital Pedagogy, History, Public Humanities
    Subject(s):
    African American history, History
    Item Type:
    Other
    Tag(s):
    aadhum2018
    Permanent URL:
    http://dx.doi.org/10.17613/M6RV0D09W
    Abstract:
    The paper explores the impact of generative digital scholarship to document and illuminate the black experience in Winter Park, Florida. Building on a community engagement and experiential learning model that positions the classroom as a critical making platform, this presentation documents how archival research and digital exhibits focused on African Americans in Central Florida aligns with broader questions of heritage, memory, and power. This presentation will discuss how utilizing archival research to create digital and public history projects such as Advocate Recovered, a digital reconstruction of an African-American newspaper document networks of economic, social, and political power rooted in the black experience.
    Notes:
    Presentation from 2018 Intentionally Digital, Intentionally Black Conference
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    Last Updated:
    8 months ago
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