[Air-L] Digital Access, Inclusion, and the Humanities, 23 February 2021
naomi.wells at london.ac.uk
Mon Feb 15 01:54:32 PST 2021
Digital Access, Inclusion, and the Humanities
23 February 2021, 6.00pm - 7.00pm (GMT)
This event is part of 'Open for Discussion’, an annual series of conversations that brings multidisciplinary humanities perspectives to bear on critical social issues – issues with human dimensions frequently overlooked in current policy debates. The focus of this year’s series are those things that the COVID-19 pandemic has made visible, or rather what it has forced us to see more clearly.
This conversation will explore the enormous value of digital tools and platforms in enabling, promoting and developing the humanities at a time of crisis, but it will also consider how the humanities can help us to examine the challenges and pitfalls of the digital.
* Gabriela Baeza Ventura (Associate Professor of Spanish, University of Houston)
* Bethany Nowviskie (Dean of Libraries and Professor of English, James Madison University)
* Roopika Risam (Associate Professor of Secondary and Higher Education and English at Salem State University)
* Anasuya Sengupta (Co-founder and Co-director, Whose Knowledge)
This event is free, but booking is required at the following link: https://sas.ac.uk/events/event/23475
#OpenDigitalDiscussion: Over the next week (15-19 February), the Digital Humanities PhD community at the School of Advanced Study will be hosting a daily discussion on Twitter of some of the key issues and themes this event will address. Follow the hashtag to join the discussion and share your own experiences and perspectives on digital access, inclusion and the Humanities.
Convened by Naomi Wells (Lecturer in Italian and Spanish with Digital Humanities) and Jane Winters (Professor of Digital Humanities), School of Advanced Study, University of London. Hosted by Michael Hayman, Honorary Professor of the Purpose Economy at the School of Advanced Study.
Dr Naomi Wells
Lecturer in Italian and Spanish with Digital Humanities
Digital Humanities and the Institute of Modern Languages Research
School of Advanced Study | University of London
Room 238 | Senate House | Malet Street | London WC1E 7HU | UK
Email: naomi.wells at sas.ac.uk
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