EVENT: #transformDH Conference 2015 (Roundup)

The first conference convened by the #tranformDH collective took place at the University of Maryland last weekend, October 2-3, 2015. A day of panels and video showcases embracing the group’s tagline, “Transformative Digital Humanities: Doing Race, Ethnicity, Gender, Sexuality, Disability, and Class in DH,” culminated in a keynote address by Lisa Nakamura (University of Michigan) and was followed by a THATCamp unconference.

Moya Bailey (Northeastern University), has compiled links and resources from the conference in her blog post, “#transformDH Conference 2015: A Recap.”

Amanda Licastro (Stevenson University) reported the weekend’s activities in detail for the Journal of Interactive Technology & Pedagogy in “This Week: #transformDH.”




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