DH Salons in the Center for Digital Scholarship

two presenters, seated attendees

The Center for Digital Scholarship at the Brown University Library is pleased to host the DH Salons, a regular, informational presentation series that brings together digital humanities work across the Brown University campus on select Tuesdays at 2 p.m.

Offered In-person in the Digital Scholarship Lab (room 137) at the Rockefeller Library or
via Zoom at https://brown.zoom.us/j/98267444083

Fall 2022 Schedule

September 27

“Critical Questions and Imperfect Solutions in the Stolen Relations: Recovering Stories of Indigenous Enslavement in the Americas Project”

  • Lydia Curliss, PhD student at the iSchool at UMD and member of the Nipmuc Nation (Massachusetts) – Community Outreach Coordinator
  • Ashley Champagne, Director of the Center for Digital Scholarship – Project Lead
  • Patrick Rashleigh, Head of Digital Scholarship Technology Services – Technical Lead

October 11

“The JCB Library’s New Digital Platform: Welcoming New Voices in Digital Curatorship”

  • Pedro Germano Leal, Research Associate in Latin American and Caribbean Studies

 October 25

“Memoryscapes of Slavery”

  • Renée Ater, Visiting Associate Professor of Africana Studies

 November 15

“Introducing In the Wake of George Floyd: Responses to Anti-Black Racism in Rhode Island”

  • Patsy Lewis, Director of the Center for Latin American and Caribbean Studies; Senior Fellow in International and Public Affairs at the Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs

December 6

“Gaming with History: A Dissertation as Video Game”
Registration appreciated

  • Amanda Arceneaux, Graduate Student, History

The talk will focus on the central aspects of developing a video game for Amanda’s history dissertation and will look at why the research lends itself well to an interactive digital format. Amanda will cover the process of integrating and presenting the argument within the design of the video game.