Shared February 15, 2019
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Shelvia Dancy has held positions as a journalist-in-residence at North Carolina State University; a reporter and anchor at WPTY in Memphis and News 14 Carolina in Raleigh; a national correspondent for the Newhouse News Service; and a reporter for The (Syracuse) Post-Standard. She has also been a contributor to CNN, the Discovery Channel and Oxygen. For her FHI-NCCU fellowship project in 2017-18, her students worked to produce multimedia materials on the history of the black press, focusing particularly on trailblazing figures like Ida B. Wells.
The Franklin Humanities Institute – North Carolina Central University Digital Humanities Fellowship program is currently based at the Digital Humanities Initiative at FHI (DHI@FHI). Inaugurated in 2016-17 under the aegis of the FHI’s Mellon Humanities Futures initiative, the fellowships are designed to increase the uses of DH tools and methods in the NCCU classroom.
The FHI-NCCU DH Fellows program consists of a year-long series of workshops, geared toward both the theoretical and practical aspects of the digital humanities. Fellows are expected to create a new course or significantly revise an old one for inclusion in their regular teaching cycle. While its primary focus is pedagogical, the program also supports DH-related research projects and professional development opportunities for fellows.
Environmental Justice & Indigenous Rights | Andrew Curley: What Is A RESOURCE CURSE?
Meridians: feminism, race, transnationalism | Alexis Pauline Gumbs and the Future of Praxis
Global Brazil Lab | Dr. Elizabeth Hordge-Freeman, "The Color of Love: Black Brazilian Families"
Slavery’s History in the Age of the Database: Interface Design for Corrupted Files
Sumathi Ramaswamy: "Terrestrial Lessons: Conquest of the World as Globe" | Faculty Bookwatch
Simone Browne | Dark Sousveillance Race, Surveillance and Resistance
Keepers of the House
Kevin Mitnick: Live Hack at CeBIT Global Conferences 2015
Defining the Digital Humanities
M. NourbeSe Philip: Zong! and the Black Outdoors
History of Black Men: A Philosophical Approach
Steven Connor | Sporting World, Worlding Sport
The first 20 hours -- how to learn anything | Josh Kaufman | TEDxCSU
Naisargi N. Dave | Indifference to Difference: Humanity, Animality, and Immanent Ethics
Tarheel Talk : Pauli Murray
Anthropology and Caribbean History: A Conversation with Sidney Mintz
My Digital Humanities - Part 1
Starting out with Digital Humanities - Behind the Looking Glass
Python for Digital Humanities (01: Introduction to Python)