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From Digital to Analog and Beyond: Multimodal Scholarship, Public-facing Work, and the Digital Humanities

General Programming

dateMarch 22, 2023 timeWednesday, 5:30pm–7:00pm EDT location The Milstein Center, Barnard CollegeRoom 103 locationVirtual Event
  • The Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities
  • Social Science Research Council
  • Barnard Digital Humanities Center
  • Institute for Religion, Culture and Public Life
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  • Free and open to the public
  • Registration required. See details.
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A conversation with Kaiama L. Glover (Barnard College) and Mona Oraby (Howard University). This event is prompted by the publication of Oraby's coauthored graphic nonfiction book, A Universe of Terms: Religion in Visual Metaphor, which is based on a project she first convened and edited on The Immanent Frame, a digital platform hosted by the Social Science Research Council. Using A Universe of Terms as a point of departure, Glover and Oraby will discuss the boundaries of research, including the expected products of scholarship, as well as the role of the digital humanities in bridging public-facing work with specialist interests. Glover and Oraby, both long-time editors of born-digital projects, will also discuss how editorial experiences shape their scholarly praxis.