The AADHum Initiative’s reading group provides a space for critical dialogue and exploration for African Americanist scholars thinking about their work in terms of the digital. Drawing on a robust syllabus that centers black experience, it probes the ethical, empirical, and epistemological considerations of working at the crossroads of digital studies and African American history and culture. Complementing AADHum’s Digital Humanities Incubator, the reading group equips scholars with a conceptual toolkit to fortify their scholarly, pedagogical and social justice commitments.
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Holding Space Wednesday, February 1, 2:00-3:30PM at 0330 Tawes Hall
The first meeting will provide participants with a critical foundation for understanding the language, concepts, and frameworks that guide some of the most pressing questions and dilemmas in black digital scholarship.