Digital Humanities Lecture Series is organized by Le Carrefour des SHN/DH-Hub at the University of Ottawa and offered in partnership with Centre de recherche interuniversitaire sur les humanités numériques (CRIHN) at Université de Montréal, and the ThincLab at Guelph University. Remaining lectures include:
- 1 April 2022: “Data Feminism, Embodied Practices, and Internet Archives,” Dr. Shana MacDonald, Communication Arts (University of Waterloo)
- 8 April 2022: “AI for the Rest of Us,” Dr. Renee Sieber, Geography (McGill University)
Both talks begin at 1pm ET / 5pm UTC, and will be online. Visit the lecture series site to register.
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