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HASTAC Scholars Project Showcase, University of Kansas, Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities

HASTAC Scholars Project Showcase, University of Kansas, Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities

2017-19 HASTAC Scholars showcase profiled graduate research projects and professional development work by Mariah Crystal, Rain Charger, Clarisse Barbier, and An Sasala (not pictured).

Mariah Crystal explained how she plans to use digital storytelling to document the oral histories of Namibian women and their involvement in Namibia's independence.

Rain Charger discussed his research on knowledge transfer in indigenous communities and he highlighted his website.

Clarisse Barbier described how she used Twine to support students' study of narrative structures in literature.

An Sasala addressed how they incorporate feminist digital pedagogy into their courses by teaching with resources such as Native-Land.ca.

Also present were members of the 2019-20 HASTAC Scholars cohort: Christopher Peace, Shane S. Lynch, and Kristan M. Hanson.

Many thanks to our sponsors and mentors Brian Rosenblum and Dhanashree Thorat at KU's Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities.

We also appreciate the thoughtful feedback and research support from members of KU's Libraries.

 

 

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