How have Black women scholars deployed the digital humanities to make historically grounded interventions in our contemporary moment? How have they mobilized social and other media to amplify too-often silenced pasts of struggle against anti-blackness and white supremacy? Join us weekly on Thursdays this month 12:30-1:30PM EST for a series featuring Marlene L. Daut and Annette Joseph-Gabriel, Kim Gallon and Marisa Parham, Mame-Fatou Niang and Maboula Soumahoro, and Jessica Marie Johnson and Martha Jones in conversation with Kaiama L. Glover.
Professors Daut and Joseph-Gabriel show and tell precisely what a refusal to be silenced looks like in real time. The black feminist bibliography that gets constituted over the course of this hour is but one of the treasures to be gleaned in our wide-ranging and insightful discussion of history, pedagogy, and the digital.
This event was made possible thanks to the generous support of – and in solidarity with: The Barnard Center for Research on Women; The Barnard College Africana Studies Department; The Barnard College French Department; The Center for the Study of Ethnicity and Race at Columbia University; The Columbia University African American and African Diaspora Studies Department; The Columbia University Department of French and Romance Philology; The Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities at Columbia University; The Institute for Research on Women, Gender, and Sexuality at Columbia University
Ticketed participants will receive a zoom link and password on the day of each event. Please note that registration for one conversation will register you automatically for the others as well.
A captioned recording of this event is available on our Vimeo.