Details

Tuesday, November 1, 2022
2:30–4:00 p.m. ET
Zoom Registration

Description

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.

Co-sponsors: The U-M Library, the Rackham Program on Public Scholarship, and the Office of the Vice President for Research at the University of Michigan.

 

Moderator

Anne Cong-Huyen, Director of Digital Scholarship at the University of Michigan


Panelists 

Lauren Craig Tilton, Assistant Professor of Digital Humanities in the Department of Rhetoric & Communication Studies at the University of Richmond

Juan Manuel Rubio, ACLS Emerging Voices Postdoctoral Fellow at Princeton University

Thao Nguyen, PhD Candidate in History and Women's and Gender Studies at the University of Michigan

Jasmine An, PhD Candidate in English and Women's and Gender Studies at the University of Michigan

Choua Xiong, Researcher at Cia Siab, Inc.

Jessica Wang, Researcher at Cia Siab, Inc.

 

Diversity Public Scholarship in our Evolving Digital World

The pandemic has been a catalyst for scholars to re-envision their work and social impact in a digital world. To support current and future public scholars, this online series will provide strategies for how to engage different publics in creating, disseminating, and applying scholarship for social change, and leveraging digital platforms and tools such as digital archives, podcasts, and social media.

Join us and engage with a multi-generational and multi-disciplinary scholarly community committed to advancing and disseminating scholarship to inform and influence social issues.

This series is 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. Additional co-sponsors noted for each session.