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CUNY DHI 2021 Building a Digital Humanities Community at the City University of New York November 19th, 2021 Our event will begin shortly

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searching for mami & abuelita: exploring testimonio in a women of color art-based archive

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hola. i’m wendy (she,her,ella) ✗ ethnic studies educator ✗ doctoral candidate urban ed ✗ manifold graduate fellow ✗ visual art-ivist ✗ hija de margarita 3

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@wocarchive preserving the stories of our matriarchs 4

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Reason, James, Human Error, Cambridge University Press; 1st edition (October 26, 1990). TWO CATEGORIES of HUMAN ERROR 1. Person Approach: Examines errors of individuals in areas of deficit such as forgetfulness, carelessness, negligence and similar. 2. Systemic Approach: Blames human error on organizational mishaps or structural systems that are difficult to master.

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Name: Jonah Brucker-Cohen Affiliation: Associate Professor - Lehman College / City University of New York Website: Contact: [email protected] Social: Twitter - @coinop29, IG - @coinop29 THANKS !

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Iota Accessible technical training for humanists Story for illustration purposes only

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Discord Educational Toolkit: Community Design for Digital Learning Spaces The Graduate Center, CUNY Zach Muhlbauer

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Discord Background and Feature Set ● Freeware group communication platform ○ Designed for online communities; widely used by students ● Consists of public/private communication spaces called servers ○ text channels with emoji reactions, threads, file storage capabilities ○ voice/video channels comparable to leading video-conferencing platforms ○ customizable roles and permissions for individual channels ○ integrations such as bots and webhooks ○ servers can be templated and adopted by other users

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6.53 COUNTERMAPPING THE HUMANITIES Understanding Public Humanities Pedagogy & Praxis at CUNY Kristi Riley, [email protected]

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ABOUT THE PROJECT Part of the GC’s Center for the Humanities’ Seminar on Public Engagement and Collaborative Research Scholar-Activism Challenges systems of oppression and connects one’s academic work to the pursuit of social welfare Public Higher Education Produces knowledges that serves the public and acts as a site of organizing for social movements Knowledge from Lived Experience Disrupts the academy’s traditions of objectivity in knowledge-production to center diverse publics 11/19/2021 CUNY DHI Lightning Round Talks 19

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THE SURVEY PURPOSE 11/19/2021 ABOUT THE SURVEY TOOL: POL.IS A public humanities research project taking stock of how scholar-activism, democratic and creative knowledge practices, and knowledge from lived experience work toward community-inclusion in public, higher education. is a real-time system for gathering, analyzing and understanding what large groups of people think in their own words, enabled by advanced statistics and machine learning. Unlike multiple choice or even interview surveys, Polis allows for an interactive and conversational data collection process. Participants can offer comments on existing questions and submit their own.

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WHAT’S NEXT? SURVEY PERIOD Take the survey and share it with your public humanities friends and networks. (Nov 2021-Feb 2022) DATA ANALYSIS & VISUALIZATION We will be working with a researcher-artist on data visualizations as we release our preliminary analyses (Feb-May 2022) PUBLICLY AVAILABLE RESOURCES & FINDINGS Our findings, reports, and other resources will be publicly available to help promote collaborative knowledge-production. (May 2022) 11/19/2021 CUNY DHI Lightning Round Talks 21

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Summer 2021 Virtual Institute - Summer 2021 eight digital fellows led 2 weeks of workshops - Participating Institutions: ● Belmont University ● Connecticut College ● Denison University ● Howard University ● Mississippi University for Women ● North Carolina Central University ● Prairie View A&M University ● Rutgers Univerity, Newark ● Ramapo College ● San Diego State University ● San Jose State University Library ● Spelman College ● Trinity College ● Union County College ● University of Arizona ● University of California, San Diego ● University of California, Santa Barbara ● University of California, Los Angeles ● University of California, Irvine ● University of Hawai’i at Mānoa ● University of Miami https:/ / unity-leaders Sample lesson introduction from the website.

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Follow our work: @dhinstitutes |