Good afternoon all,
I hope this finds you well! I wanted to write and invite you to the third annual #DHReads summer virtual reading group. Over the next four months we'll be exploring current trends and conversations in the Digital Humanities through four exciting pieces published this past year. We'll focus on one article per month, using the annotation tool Hypothes.is (https://hypothes.is). In addition to the monthly article, each reading is paired with a related online DH resource or project, including podcasts, interactive exhibits, and more. On the last Wednesday of each month we'll discuss the readings during a 3-5pm EST Twitter chat using the hashtag #DHReads21.
For May, we'll be reading "The Power Chapter," an excerpt from Catherine D'Ignazio and Lauren Klein's Data Feminism. Pairing with it, we'll be listening to Episode 12 of the Price Lab Podcast, featuring Thomas Padilla discussing the Collections as Data project. Our first Twitter chat will be on Wednesday, May 26th, from 3-5pm. For more information or to join our Hypothesis group, visit: https://www.motolibrarian.com/dhreads21/
All the best,
Andy Boyles Petersen | Digital Scholarship Librarian
Michigan State University Libraries
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