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Safiya Umoja Noble states “We have more data and technology than ever in our daily lives and more social, political, and economic inequality and injustice to go with it” (Noble 171). Her book, Algorithms of Oppression: How Search Engine’s Reinforce … Continue reading
Hmmmmm Not One women? Really? In the whole history of Digital humanities? Right that's not suspicious.
It was nice to be able to read “History of Humanities Computing” by Susan Hockey before reading “Complicating a ‘Great Man’ Narrative of Digital History in the United States” by Sharon Leon. Hockey’s reasoning behind this chapter is to define … Continue reading
The week one readings have one hundred percent effected how my perception of digital humanities has changed. After our last class, I felt like I understood the term “Black Digital Humanities” and was sure this field was very established. Among … Continue reading
January 22 – Week 1/ Introduction to the Class Search “Black Digital Humanities” online and, examining some of the results, write a couple sentences on what you think it means. Unfortunately for me I had never heard of the term … Continue reading