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Behind the Racist, Sexist Technological Curtain…

Before I get into my post, I want to share a couple reactions I had while reading just the introduction of this book I think the real power of this book is not only the way it captivates the reader … Continue reading

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The Curious Relationship Between Colonialism and Rock & Roll

“The potential for digital humanities lies in its capacity for world making—for using digital humanities scholarship to create new models for knowledge and the world. These approaches must acknowledge how the cultural record has been shaped by racism and colonialism, … Continue reading

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A new digital playground?

One section from the reading “Interchange: The Promise of Digital History” that caught my attention was Patrick Gallagher’s section on page 470.  He says: “Museums today encouraged social interaction. One of my primary focuses in developing story-based experiences in history … Continue reading

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That awkward moment when your Black Story isn't black enough

Janny Scott’s “Who Gets to Tell a Black Story?” stood out to me, as The Wire had been an area of focus in a class I took last semester. While there was not really a central argument the article was … Continue reading

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My search for Black Digital Humanities

After my search, I would say that Black digital humanities is the study of how to use new technologies to better engage and explore the field of Black Studies. What stood out to me during my search was that digital … Continue reading

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