Please join us for a Zoom webinar symposium featuring the recipients of Anti-Racist Digital Research Initiative mini grants. Register here:
Mini grants were awarded for six early-stage digital scholarship projects that advance anti-racism and social justice in the humanities, arts, and humanistic social sciences. This event will highlight the work and accomplishments of the project teams, and provide space for reflection about the lessons learned, the challenges of undertaking such work, and advice for others.
PANELISTS & PROJECTS
Charles H. F. Davis III: It Was All a Dream: A Digital Ethnohistory of Contemporary Political Insurgency at Florida A&M University
David Porter: Detroit River Story Lab
Thao Nguyen: Anti-HMoob Violence Report (AHVR)
Vickie Larsen: Recollecting Flint’s Historical Southside
Lorena Chambers: The First 100: 50 Years of Chicanas Changing Knowledge, the Digital Archive
This symposium is sponsored by the U-M Library, LSA Technology Services, and the National Center for Institutional Diversity.