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AAMESIG/ACRL/ALA Research Forum - Digital Humanities: South Asia & Beyond - April 25, 11:00am Est

  • 1.  AAMESIG/ACRL/ALA Research Forum - Digital Humanities: South Asia & Beyond - April 25, 11:00am Est

    Posted Mar 20, 2023 10:42 AM
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    Colleagues and members,
    AAMESIG is organizing a virtual research forum titled Digital Humanities: South Asia and Beyond on April 25th, 11:00 am-12:30 pm ESTThis research forum will feature three prominent speakers, Dibyadyuti Roy, Deepthi Murli and Elizabeth Lhost who have worked on a variety of digital humanities projects. They will discuss their process of engaging with community, digital tools and methods to facilitate interdisciplinary scholarship across or within a broad range of concepts and the challenges of conducting a Global South focused DH project. We will hear about India's first Digital Humanities collective (DHARTI), transcultural consumption of Indian and Indian-imitation textiles in the 18th and 19th century, and Indian Princely States Online Legal History Archive (IPSOLHA). . 
    Resistive Ontologies of DH in/from Majority Worlds  
    Dibyadyuti Roy - Assistant Professor of Cultural Studies, Media Studies, and Digital Humanities at the University of Leeds. 

     

    Connecting Threads: What We Learned from the Pilot for a Global South-to-South Connections Digital Humanities Project 

     Dr. Deepthi Murali Research Assistant Professor, Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, George Mason University .

     The Indian Princely States Online Legal History Archive (IPSOLHA): Aims, Objectives, Challenges 

    Dr. Elizabeth Lhost South Asia Digital Librarian, Center for Research Libraries

    Please check the flyer for registration and other details.
    Hope you will be able to join.
    Thanks,
    Deepa & Triveni------------


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    Triveni Kuchi
    Social Sciences/Instructional Services Librarian
    Rutgers University
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