Digital IDEAS is the annual summer institute of the Digital Studies Institute at the University of Michigan. The institute is open to a broad cohort, including advanced graduate students from campuses in the US and abroad, early career scholars and alt-ac practitioners, artists, and activists. Over the course of two weeks, attendees will participate in keynote lectures, panel discussions, methodology workshops, writing workshops, and group discussions. The institute will be held in a hybrid format, one week entirely online and one week with an option to attend in person or online.
Drawing on the acronym Inclusion-Diversity-Equity-Access-Success, each year’s session will focus on a new pressing issue at the intersection of technology and social justice.
In 2021 we launched DISCO: The Digital Inquiry, Speculation, Collaboration, & Optimism Network, and in 2022 we explored Critical Access: Technology & Disability Justice.
In 2023 we will explore Digital Physical Entaglements: Environments, Bodies, and Space.
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