[Humanist] 30.524 events: The Caribbean Digital III

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 30, No. 524.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: Fri, 25 Nov 2016 18:59:03 -0500
        From: Alex Gil <colibri.alex at gmail.com>
        Subject: The Caribbean Digital III

We are excited to announce the upcoming Small Axe event The Caribbean
Digital III (http://caribbeandigitalnyc.net/) on 2 December 2016 in New
York City. Here below please find detailed information about the event. We
hope you'll also consider attending our In the Same Boats
 http://caribbeandigitalnyc.net/2016/in-the-same-boats-workshop/  digital
cartography workshop on Thursday, 1 December.

Please circulate widely through your networks - and make plans to join us
in December!

All best,
Kaiama, Kelly, and Alex


Kaiama L. Glover

Kelly Baker Josephs
Alex Gil

#SXCD  http://caribbeandigitalnyc.net/


R​ 2016​

Maison Française | Columbia University

9AM  Welcome
Kelly Baker Josephs (Williams College)

9:10AM Opening Remarks
David Scott (Columbia University)

9:30-11:00AM         Digital Diasporic Religion

Amalia S. Levi (Nidhe Israel Synagogue and Museum) — “Dispersion and the
Digital: A Report on Ongoing Archival Work at the Nidhe Israel Synagogue
and Museum in Barbados”

Stephanie Jackson (Graduate Center, City University of New York) — “Digital
Diaspora and the ‘Divine Mother’: The Emancipatory Politics of Social Media
for Indo-Caribbean Ecstatic Religion”

Samina Gul Ali (University of Miami) — “Transgressive Islamic ‘Brownness’:
Disruptive Racial and Cultural Formations Within Feminist Muslim Latina and
South Asian Communities”

Alessandra Benedicty-Kokken (City College, CUNY) — Discussant

11:00-11:15AM Break

11:15AM-12:30PM         Mapping Caribbean Concepts

Angel ‘Monxo’ López Santiago (Hunter College) — “Working the Digital
Spatial Humanities Among Crumbling Archives”

Marta Gierczyk (University of Miami) — “Creole City, Creole Citizenship:
Mapping Kingston in Kerry Young’s Pao”

Kaiama L. Glover (Barnard College), Alex Gil (Columbia University
Libraries), Alyssa Vann (Stanford University) — “In The Same Boats: Toward
an Afro-Atlantic Intellectual Cartography :: Beta Scope”

Roopika Risam (Salem State University) — Discussant

12:30-1:30PM Lunch

1:45-3:00PM         Tales from the Archive

Marlene L. Daut (University of Virginia) — “Haiti at the Digital
Crossroads: Archiving Black Sovereignty Together”

Schuyler Esprit (Dominica State College) — “Innovating research and
heritage on small islands: Dominica’s model for Preservation and Education”

Keja Valens (Salem State University) — “Abundance And Scarcity: Cuban Food
Writing In Digital Archives, 1857-2016”

Jessica Marie Johnson (John Hopkins University) — Discussant

3:00-3:15PM Break

3:15-4:30PM         Multimedia Melting Pots

Lamia Zaibi (University of Manouba, Tunisia) – “Transcending boundaries:
Kwame Dawes’s Digital Collaborations”

Terri Francis (Indiana University) — “Double Exposures: Eyeballing, Framing
the Archives, & Thomas Edison’s Caribbean Films”

Grace Aneiza Ali (New York University) — “Un|Fixed Homeland”

Tzarina T. Prater (Bentley University) — Discussant

4:30-4:45PM Break

4:45-6:00PM         Caribbean Digital Praxis

Laurie N. Taylor (Digital Library of the Caribbean) — “Let’s Look to the
Stars Together: Collaboratively Developing Constellations of Communities of
Practice for Caribbean Studies Digital Scholarship”

Abby R. Broughton (Vanderbilt University), Kelsey Corlett-Rivera
(University of Maryland), Nathan H. Dize (Vanderbilt University) —
Boundaries through the Digital Humanities: Collaborative Pedagogy and A
Colony in Crisis”

Laura Wagner (Duke University) — “Nou toujou la!: The Digital (After)Life
of the Radio Haiti Archive”

Laurent Dubois (Duke University) — Discussant

6:00-7:30PM       Closing Reception: Framing Caribbean Digital Art

Tamika Galanis (Visual Artist) — “The Human-Coral Hybrids: Embodying Past,
Present, and Future”

Kearra Amaya Gopee (Visual Artist) — “Coup”

Yasmine Espert (Columbia University) — Presenter


Kaiama L. Glover

Kelly Baker Josephs
Alex Gil

#SXCD  http://caribbeandigitalnyc.net/

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