Explore global practices of the digital humanities for a more egalitarian mode of knowledge production and information sharing. This group is the digital extension of a working group on global DH, funded by the Central New York Humanities Corridor, from an award by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. Partner institutions include University of Rochester, Cornell University, Hamilton College, Hobart and William Smith Colleges.
In this presentation I will argue that, while the FAIR Principles can guide how we build DH resources in the Global North, any attempt to apply them in the Global South (especially in Latin American countries) may replicate colonialist practices that ignore the digital divide and local needs and practices in favour of hegemonic standards. This…[Read more]
Valiur Rahaman )he/his/him) commented on the doc RESOURCES SHARED DURING DISCUSSION FORUM FOR PANEL #228, DH2020 in the group Global DH on Humanities Commons 2 weeks, 2 days ago
It was really a critical interactive session. I raised the issues related to occurrence of distortions due to archival patterns and their spatial impact across civilization. The hosts keenly responded to the issue. Besides, practical distortion of / through representation must be taken care where we practice semantic paleographies or archiving or…[Read more]
Amalia S. Levi created the doc RESOURCES SHARED DURING DISCUSSION FORUM FOR PANEL #228, DH2020 in the group Global DH on Humanities Commons 2 weeks, 2 days ago
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Summary of presentation for panel #228 “Compartir lo que nos une. Digitizing and Curating Colonial Records from the Caribbean and Central and South America for Public Outreach” presented during the Digital Humanities 2020 conference. Please see accompanying slides of this presentation. The presentation goes beyond digitization to discuss what…[Read more]
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How might Digtal Humanities textual scholars respond to urgent calls to queer digital humanities practices, methodologie, theory, and projects in a challenging era of a global pandemic and social justice movements?
This panel responds to and extends crucial work done by Bonnie Ruberg, Jason Boyd and Jamie Howe in “Toward a Queer Digital H…[Read more]
Antonio Rojas Castro deposited Reconstruyendo la huella de Humboldt en Cuba. Retos y oportunidades de la digitalización del patrimonio documental cubano-alemán del siglo XIX in the group Global DH on Humanities Commons 3 weeks, 4 days ago
This presentation introduces the Proyecto Humboldt Digital (ProHD), a cooperation project between the Academy of Sciences and Humanities of Berlin-Brandenburg (BBAW, Germany) and the Casa Humboldt of the Office of the Historian of the City of La Havana (OHCH, Cuba). ProHD aims to preserve and provide online access to documents that witness the…[Read more]
Lightening Talk: Brown Skin, White Masks: Predictive Technology, Colonial Histories, and Queer Sexuality Today
This report is intended as a guide to facilitate the development of the Transgender Media Portal (transgendermediaportal.org). The Transgender Media Portal aims to make audiovisual work by trans, Two Spirit, nonbinary, intersex, and gender-nonconforming people more available to artists, activists, festival programmers, researchers, instructors,…[Read more]
A period of six months (Dec. 2017 to Jun. 2018) saw the launch of three digital platforms dedicated to the works of Fernando Pessoa, raising the number of such projects to seven published in a decade. Considering this virtual proliferation as a milestone for Pessoan studies, this article aims to reconstruct, at least as a sketch, the history of…[Read more]
Joanne Bernardi deposited “Re-Envisioning Japan” DH project overview – MLA2020 Collaborative Round Table (DH in Japan & Korea Studies: Approaches and Challenges) in the group Global DH on Humanities Commons 6 months, 3 weeks ago
Powerpoint presentation for the MLA2020 collaborative roundtable “Digital Humanities in Japan and Korea: Approaches and Challenges,” organized by the LLC Korean and LLC Japanese since 1900 Forums. This brief introduction to “Re-Envisioning Japan: Japan as Destination in 20th Century Visual and Material Culture” was one of seven presentations by…[Read more]
A review of: PORTELA, Manuel; SILVA, António Rito [orgs.] (2017). LdoD Archive / Arquivo LdoD / Archivo LdoD [a collaborative digital archive of the Book of Disquiet by Fernando Pessoa]. Centre for Portuguese Literature at the University of Coimbra.
Molly Des Jardin started the topic “Digital Humanities For East Asian Studies” workshop, June 1-4 2020 @ Penn in the discussion Global DH on Humanities Commons 9 months ago
I’m pleased to announce that Paul Vierthaler of William & Mary and Molly Des Jardin of the Penn Libraries will be co-teaching a new workshop this year at University of Pennsylvania’s Dream Lab event, June 1-4, 2020, in Philadelphia PA: “Digital Humanities for East Asian Studies.” While there are always a lot of interesting workshops and events in…[Read more]
Esta investigación analiza el contexto mediático del ciberataque WannaCry en relación con la comunicación de crisis llevada a cabo por Telefónica con respecto a la ejercida en el sector de Telecomunicaciones, aplicando en dos intervalos del ciberataque la teoría fundamentada o grounded theory al discurso mediático de la prensa. A pesar de la mej…[Read more]
Part of Feminist Interventions in Participatory Media edited collection by Lauren Berliner and Ron Krabill.
With the advance of neoliberal globalization in the 1990s, lifelong learning emerged in the policy frameworks of the United States, Canada, and the EU. Neoliberal policies during this era worked to orchestrate personal development within the increasingly flexible processes of global capitalism, placing both within the rhythm of a personal life…[Read more]
In recent years social scientists have been interested in the growth and transformation of global cities. These metropolises, which function as key command centers in global production networks, manifest many of the social, economic, and political tensions and inequities of neoliberal globalization. Their international appeal as sites of financial…[Read more]
This review of Chapter 8, “Connection at Ewiiaapaayp Mountain: Indigenous Internet Infrastructure” by Christian Sandvig is part of “crowd-sourced book review” project organized by Humanities, Arts, Science Technology Advanced Collaboratory (HASTAC).
Iskandar Zulkarnain deposited Polyspatial Resistance for the Sake of the “Real” Subalterns: Electronic Civil Disobedience as a Form of Hacktivism in the group Global DH on Humanities Commons 2 years, 2 months ago
This essay examines Electronic Disturbance Theater’s virtual sit-in actions as a form of hacktivism in relation to the subaltern concept.
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