Digital Black Study

Digital Black Studies x Digital Africana Studies x Digital Humanities

“Online work, including blogging, is gratifying and life saving and beautiful in ways that increasingly elusive job security at institutions concerned with the availability of leather seating in luxury dorms is not. It is also labor for which we should be formally rewarded, because there is no divide between work done online and in real life. There is only Beyoncé. Sasha Fierce does not exist.” – Zandra Robinson, “The IRL Fallacy,” Contexts, February 2016

 

Texts

Robinson, Zandria. “The IRL Fallacy – Contexts.” Accessed February 16, 2016. https://contexts.org/articles/the-irl-fallacy/
Doing Right Online: Archivists Shape an Ethics for the Digital Age http://bit.ly/2eKOsgi
Projects

#AADHum – “Synergies: Digital Humanities and African American History and Culture (#AADHum)” sponsored by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation at the University of Maryland, College Park – https://www.arhu.umd.edu/DHAAHC

Disrupting DH – http://www.disruptingdh.com/

Conferences

#RUDigitalBlackness – May 2016 – https://www.facebook.com/rudigitalblackness/about/

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