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Kalenda Eaton: What is this for?’ Exploring the Purpose(s) of Digital Humanities in the Classroom (DH@OU5 Digital Humanities Symposium)

Dr. Kalenda Eaton is an Associate Professor in The Clara Luper Department of African and African American Studies at the University of Oklahoma. As a scholar of Black literary and cultural studies,…

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Kevin Winstead: Caping for Crystal: Crystal Johnson, Digital Propaganda, and Black Political Currency (DH@OU5 Digital Humanities Symposium)

Kevin Winstead earned his Ph.D. in American Studies at the University of Maryland. Currently, he is a 2019-2021 CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow with The Colored Conventions Project at the University of…

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Caitlin Marley: Ciceronian Networks: A New Approach to Old Letters (DH@OU5 Digital Humanities Symposium)

Caitlin A. Marley graduated from the University of Iowa in May 2018, with her thesis titled Sentiments, Networks, Literary Biography: Towards a Mesoanalysis of Cicero's Corpus. She analyzed…

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Sylvia Fernández Quintanilla:Intervening in the (Neo)Colonial Digital Cultural Record of Geopolitical Borderlands (DH@OU5 Digital Humanities Symposium)

The physical and digital cultural record of geopolitical borderlands has been formed in (neo)colonial ways where border regions and communities are perceived as divided. This implies a hierarchical…

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Jennifer Isasi: A Pilot Experiment for Multilingual DH Contexts: Sentiment Analysis in Translation (DH@OU5 Digital Humanities Symposium)

Jennifer Isasi is the new Assistant Director for Scholarship and Director of the Digital Liberal Arts Research Initiative at Pennsylvania State University. She supports faculty that are entering the…

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Dhanashree Thorat: Racial Terror and Infrastructural Imperialism (DH@OU5 Digital Humanities Symposium)

Dr. Dhanashree Thorat is an Assistant Professor of English at Mississippi State University. She is also a founding Executive Council member of the Center for Digital Humanities, Pune in India. Her…

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Aparna Nair: Cripping the Digital Humanities (DH@OU5 Digital Humanities Symposium)

Aparna Nair is an Assistant Professor of History of Science at the University of Oklahoma. Previously, she was a Postdoctoral Teaching Fellow at the Center for Modern Indian Studies at the University…

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