Digital Humanities at McGill has announced a virtual speaker series, Spectrums of DH. Inspired by Professor Stéfan Sinclair’s legacy of DH Initiatives, the series features talks from renowned DH scholars and researchers from around the world. All events are free and open to the public via Zoom.
The series will run from September 17th, 2020 through April 22nd, 2021. The first talk in the series features Dr. Roopika Risam (Associate Professor of Secondary and Higher Education and English at Salem State University), “Abolitionist Digital Pedagogies: Beyond ‘Decolonizing’ the Classroom.” It will be held Thursday, September 17 at 1pm-2pm EST.
Additional details may be found on the official McGill Digital Humanities Facebook page (linked above) or on Twitter @mcgilldigihum. The poster featuring dates and speakers of events in the series may be viewed at this link.
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