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Antiracism

Anti-Racist Teaching Showcase

This panel presents some of the pedagogical work being done on campus that uses digital technologies to work toward racial justice, or that questions racial justice and equity of digital media.

This panel, organized by the Digital Humanities Working Group in 2020, presents some of the pedagogical work being done by faculty, staff, and students on our campus that uses digital technologies to work toward racial justice, or that questions the racial justice and equity of digital media. Presenters are faculty, staff and students from across the disciplines who are engaging antiracist work in their digital teaching and research projects, including community-engaged research, mapping projects, digital exhibits, and video essays.

Panelists include: Andrea Brewster, Jennifer Merritt, Edrick Bondoc, Jim Somers, and Adriana Meza Gutierrez Ma; Kirstyn Leuner; Matthew Kroot, Amy Lueck, and Lee Panich; Heather Turner and Matt Gomes; Cara Chiaraluce; Heather Clydesdale; Maggie Levantovskaya; Katia Moles; Andrew Keener and Liana Korotzer

 

About the Contributor

The Digital Humanities Working Group at SCU connects faculty, staff, and students across departments and schools who use digital methods to conduct research centered on the human, and those who ask humanistic questions of digital tools and methods. DH is deeply interdisciplinary, collaborative, and welcoming to all researchers from across the arts and sciences invested in reflecting on the intersection of the human and digital that is at the core of the identity of The Jesuit University in Silicon Valley.