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Students from Kimberly Springer’s “Activism & Inquiry” course will be presenting their work creating the Encyclopedia of Pandemic Activism, a resource for activists, researchers, students, and anyone else interested in pandemic activism, at the 2021 virtual Global Digital Humanities Symposium at Michigan State University on April 15th

Naomi Coke, Kayla LeGrand, Eliza McKissick, Ellie Yousif and Professor Springer will be part of the symposium's showcase feature, sharing their work and process for the project under the title, “Crafting an Encyclopedia of Pandemic Activism: for the moment, for the future.” Ana Lam and Alicia Peaker from the DHC supported the course through workshops on feminist digital humanities, design justice, and the Markdown language.


Encyclopedia of Pandemic Activism