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A conference and community bringing together the makers & users of digital resources for the humanities | 9/21-23/17 | a project of the
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Elizabeth Grumbach 13h
A Colony in Crisis () - after launch, shift frm "speak for" to "speak to" POC in Americas via collaboration
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Laura Braunstein 13h
so glad is webcasting this virtual session to foreground student voices in . Wish more confs would offer as option.
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Jacqueline Wernimont 13h
and it opens with qt from Christina Shapre "we must become undisciplined. The work we do requires new modes and methods"
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BACartography 14h
Great presentation! Digital tools that don't serve international projects...too many!
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Elizabeth Grumbach 14h
Albert A. Palacios: how do we work w/ digitized colonial & human rights violation archives & *not* perpetuate violence?
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WendytheDigitalHuman 14h
"We're done writing code that doesn't recognize international characters" Thank you, @halcyonfiles!!!
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Jacqueline Wernimont 14h
Fernandez asks if it's possible to speak of a decolonial DH given the anglocentrism of computational tools today cc
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Baesoka Tano 14h
"Is building software to transcribe colonial books (abt minority communities/cultures) itself a colonial act?"
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Jacqueline Wernimont 14h
great that humanities work pushes back against a premature declaration within CS that the OCR problem has been solved...
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Jacqueline Wernimont 15h
this talk is a GREAT EX OF HOW CANON BIAS IS PERPETUATED IN DH METHODS/TOOLS - thank you Maria Fernandez
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Jacqueline Wernimont 14h
Fernandez: machine reading process itself is a colonizing moment-it is anglocentric and thus the tools perpetuate colonial dynamics
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Baesoka Tano 20h
"If you're a white lady archivist building yr career on the backs of POC ... not repped in yr staff, you should be uncomfortable."
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Gabi Baeza Ventura 19h
What a talk-discussion on the role of academia and ethnic community
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Spence(r) K 🏳️‍🌈✊️ 18h
Full house at from the stage.
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Maristella Feustle 17h
North Texas moving image history.
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Jenn 17h
This slide is everything. 'all
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George Dawson 16h
So happy to be involved with . Looking forward to coming back tomorrow
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LibrarianRafia 15h
First books / Primeros libros site
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Braden Weinmann 19h
Spending the day at ! (p.s. We're intentional about gender diversity!)
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DH @ UNT 15h
Best seat in the Interwebs house today is - radical inclusion in digital scholarship.
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