Digital Humanities

Fall 2018 Speaker Series

Thomas Padilla

Visiting Digital Research Services Librarian, University of Nevada Las Vegas


Digital Humanities & Social Justice

Spring 2018 Speaker Series

The speaker and workshop series on Digital Humanities & Social Justice explores the ethical concerns involved when creating digital projects with minority archives and digital scholarship as a site of social justice and activism. The series brings in leading scholars in digital humanities who are engaging and creating ethical, socially conscious methodologies. Below you will find recordings of the public lectures, courtesy of the University of Houston’s Office of Educational Technology (OET).

Jeremy Boggs, Ph.D.

Head of Research and Development, Scholars’ Lab, University of Virginia

Purdom Lindblad

Assistant Director of Innovation and Learning
Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH)

María E. Cotera, Ph.D.

Director, Latina/o Studies Program
Associate Professor, American Culture Department and Women’s Studies Department
Director, Chicana por mi Raza
University of Michigan

Alex Gil, Ph.D.

Digital Scholarship Coordinator
Affiliate Faculty, Department of English and Comparative Literature
Columbia University

Élika Ortega, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor, Department of Cultures, Societies, and Global Studies
Core Faculty, NULab for Texts, Maps and Networks
Northeastern University


Roopika Risam, Ph.D.

Assistant Professor of English and Secondary English Education
Chair of Program Area for Content Education
Salem State University