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Digital Scholarly Projects for Social Change
November 1, 2022, 2:30 pm to 4:00 pm EDT
Scholars are adopting digital tools and platforms to engage and share their expertise with a broader audience. This session will highlight how scholars have conceptualized, designed, and implemented digital publicly engaged scholarly projects, such as websites, podcasts, and digital archives, through an equity and anti-racism lens. Panelists will share how they have collaborated with campus and community partners to create sustainable and impactful digital projects.
Anne Cong-Huyen, Director, Digital Scholarship, University of Michigan Library
- Jasmine An, Ph.D. Candidate in English and Women’s and Gender Studies and Researcher at Cia Siab, Inc.
- Thao Nguyen, Ph.D. Candidate in History and Women’s and Gender Studies and Researcher at Cia Siab, Inc.
- Juan Manuel Rubio, American Council of Learned Societies Emerging Voices Fellows, Effron Center for the Study of America and High Meadows Environmental Institute, Princeton University Environmental Institute
- Lauren Craig Tilton, Associate Professor of Digital Humanities in the Department of Rhetoric and Communication Studies at the University of Richmond
- Jessica Wang, Researcher at Cia Siab, Inc.
- Choua Xiong, Researcher at Cia Siab, Inc.
This event is part of a series, ”Diversity Public Scholarship in our Evolving Digital World,” planned and sponsored by the National Center for Institutional Diversity, the Rackham Program on Public Scholarship, and the Office of the Vice President for Research at the University of Michigan.
Registration is required at https://myumi.ch/V74A2.
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