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What is Black Digital Humanities?

Black digital humanities is an emerging field that functions in a multi-faceted way. Not only does it offer a space for new knowledge production by black scholars, it provides an opportunity to discuss how technology is interacted with by different races.  This … Continue reading

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Black Digital Humanities

From what I can gather, Black Digital Humanities is a space where we can explore questions of black humanity as it relates to the digital domain. My main questions stem from where, exactly, African American Studies and digital humanities intersect. … 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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What is black digital humanities?

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Black Digital Humanities: What’s that supposed to mean?

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

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Desire and Fear in Suburbia: The Lasting Legacy of White Flight on Suburban Attitudes Toward Race

This post excerpts portions of an NEH proposal written as a project for this class. Nature of the request This proposal requests an NEH Digital Projects for the Public Discovery Grant of $30,000 for planning, research, and initial design of … Continue reading

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