Conférence « Digital Humanities Virtual Seminar 2019 » : Jennifer Guiliano (Indiana U)
14 mars 2019 • 14h00 15h30
The Humanities Data Lab, University of Ottawa
As part of the « Digital Humanities: Virtual Seminar » organized by the CRIHN (and the McGill DH center), the Thinc Lab (Guelph), and The Humanities Data Lab (Ottawa), Jennifer Guiliano will present a talk entitled « Indigeneity & the Digital Humanities »:
Are the digital humanities falling short? This talk investigates the shortcomings and potential peril of the field for both the digital existence of Native American and Indigenous collections but also their troubled status as colonial artifacts leveraged in digital humanities research and teaching. Dr. Guiliano argues that the rhetoric and practice of the digital humanities continues the vaporization of colonial practices of collecting, access, and authority over sovereignty and knowledge.
This talk will take place at the Humanities Data Lab and will be streamed live.
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