"Diversity and Digital Pedagogy"—A workshop and discussion with Gabrielle Foreman
Dr. Gabrielle Foreman (University of Delaware) will introduce the Colored Conventions Project, including valuable teaching resources and public engagement methods in this trans-disciplinary workshop open to graduate students, junior faculty, and others. The workshop will include a short presentation on what ColoredConventions.org does and does not do, how we might incorporate it into teaching, and align it with our research.
Professor Foreman will then lead a conversation about ways to use these materials and to advocate for digital projects in both undergraduate and graduate curricula. As part of the conversation, she will discuss way that graduate students and junior faculty in the humanities, in particular, can make digital humanities work legible on the job market and for tenure and promotion.
REGISTRATION IS NOW CLOSED. Thanks to all who registered!
Location: University of Iowa Main Library Digital Research and Publishing Classroom (enter North door, turn right, classroom on the left)
Co-sponsored by Digital Bridges for Humanistic Inquiry: A Grinnell College and University of Iowa Partnership, the Obermann Center for Advanced Studies, the UI's Digital Research and Publishing Studio, the Department of American Studies, the African American Studies Program, the Department of English, and the Department of History