REPRESENTING RACE        SILENCE IN THE DIGITAL HUMANITIES                               WITH ADELINE KOH (@ADELINEKOH), A...
OUR SISTER PANEL         584. Accessing Race in the Digital Humanities: An E-roundtableSaturday, 5 January, 3:30–4:45 p.m....
“ARCHIVAL SILENCE” DEBATE
THIS SILENCE EXTENDS TOCALIBRATION OF DH TOOLSDH ARCHIVESVIRTUAL IDENTITIESPUSHBACK WITHIN COMMUNITIESHOW DO WE NAVIGATE T...
ANNE CONG-HUYENANNE’S TWITTER ACC: @ANITACONCHITA
MOYA BAILEY (MOYABAILEY.COM)
HUSSEIN KESHANIRace and State Patronage of Digital Islamic            Studies in the UK
ADELINE KOH
MARIA VELAZQUEZBlog Like You Love: Anti-Racist Projects, Black           Feminism and the Virtual
ALONDRA NELSONRESPONDENTTWITTER HANDLE: @ALONDRANOTABLE WORKS: AFROFUTURISM--A SPECIAL ISSUE OFSOCIAL TEXT (2002); TECHNIC...
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These are the slides for my opening remarks for "Representing Race, Silence in the Digital Humanities," a roundtable for the Modern Language Association Annual Meeting in 2013. Meeting: Friday, 10.15am, Sheraton, Gardner. #MLA13 #s239

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Koh Representing Race Opening Remarks MLA 2013

  1. 1. REPRESENTING RACE SILENCE IN THE DIGITAL HUMANITIES WITH ADELINE KOH (@ADELINEKOH), ANNE CONG-HUYEN (@ANITACONCHITA),MOYA BAILEY (@MOYAZB, IN ABSENTIA), HUSSEIN KESHANI, MARIA VELAZQUEZ RESPONDING: ALONDRA NELSON (@ALONDRA)
  2. 2. OUR SISTER PANEL 584. Accessing Race in the Digital Humanities: An E-roundtableSaturday, 5 January, 3:30–4:45 p.m., Commonwealth, SheratonA special sessionPresiding: Roger Whitson, Emory Univ.Roger Whitsons Annotation: After introducing the panel, I briefly document my own experiences as project manager for "Lynchings in Georgia: 1875-1930" at EmoryUniversitys Digital Scholarship Commons (DiSC). How do new forms read more >Speakers: David Kim, Univ. of California, Los Angeles; Jennifer Sano-Franchini, Michigan State Univ.; Lee Skallerup Bessette, Morehead State Univ.Responding: Tara McPherson, Univ. of Southern CaliforniaFor more information, visit www.rogerwhitson.net/accessingrace after 31 Dec.Session Description:This roundtable addresses how applications and interfaces encode specific cultural assumptions about race and preclude certain groups of people fromparticipating in the digital humanities. Participants present specific digital humanities projects that illustrate the impact of race on access to theprogramming, cultural, and funding structures in the digital humanities.
  3. 3. “ARCHIVAL SILENCE” DEBATE
  4. 4. THIS SILENCE EXTENDS TOCALIBRATION OF DH TOOLSDH ARCHIVESVIRTUAL IDENTITIESPUSHBACK WITHIN COMMUNITIESHOW DO WE NAVIGATE THIS SILENCE?
  5. 5. ANNE CONG-HUYENANNE’S TWITTER ACC: @ANITACONCHITA
  6. 6. MOYA BAILEY (MOYABAILEY.COM)
  7. 7. HUSSEIN KESHANIRace and State Patronage of Digital Islamic Studies in the UK
  8. 8. ADELINE KOH
  9. 9. MARIA VELAZQUEZBlog Like You Love: Anti-Racist Projects, Black Feminism and the Virtual
  10. 10. ALONDRA NELSONRESPONDENTTWITTER HANDLE: @ALONDRANOTABLE WORKS: AFROFUTURISM--A SPECIAL ISSUE OFSOCIAL TEXT (2002); TECHNICOLOR: RACE, TECHNOLOGYAND EVERYDAY LIFE (2001); BODY AND SOUL: THE BLACKPANTHER PARTY AND THE FIGHT AGAINST MEDICALDISCRIMINATION (2011)

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