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OAH18: Digital Public Humanities for Historians

OAH18: Digital Public Humanities for Historians

At the 2018 Organization of American Historians conference, I presented a paper alongside Matthew Reeves and fellow HASTAC Scholar Marc Reyes on the panel "Intersections Digital And Public: Emerging Perspectives On Digital Pedagogy, Scholarship, And Audience Engagement." As a panel, we sought to build on developments in history graduate programs to articulate how the increasing intersection of public and digital histories affect how graduate students produce scholarship, how they will teach their own courses, and how to contribute to the discourse of what it means to be a humanities scholar in the twenty-first century. For my paper, I probed the relationship between digital public humanities and traditional historical scholarship and how historians are shaping critical digital pedagogy.

Check out the slides and notes on Google Slides, or flip through the slides below. 


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