RSVP on Eventbrite: Zoom/ November 17th, 4 pm
Digital Fridays are back with an exciting new session for the fall semester. These gatherings offer a unique opportunity for HASTAC Scholars and expert speakers to delve into the latest digital scholarship trends at the intersection of technology, humanities, and sciences. Join us to gain insights, share ideas, and connect with a diverse community of scholars.
In our upcoming session on November 17th, we are thrilled to present two exceptional speakers:
Lisa Hernandez ,Post Doctoral Researcher of Chicano and Latino Studies at the University of Minnesota
Title: “This Bridge Called Cyberspace: Toward a Latinx Digital Public Plaza”
Lisa Hernandez is an accomplished scholar and web programmer, known for her pioneering work in advancing Chicanx Digital Humanities. Her research centers on Chicana feminist digital voices and their role in creating bridges between Chicana identity and various intersections of mestiza border feminism. With her unique perspective, Lisa’s presentation promises to shed light on the importance of Latinx digital public spaces.
Rebecca Stuch, Ph.D. Student of Innovation in Global Development at Arizona State University
Title: “Exploring National Identity in the Republic of Moldova through Digital Storytelling”
Rebecca Stuch brings her wealth of experience as a Returned Peace Corps volunteer, former non-profit Board President, and professional roles in marketing, communications, and strategic services to her research on national identity in the Republic of Moldova. Using digital storytelling as her lens, Rebecca’s presentation offers valuable insights into this fascinating exploration of Moldovan narratives.
Join us on November 17th for an enlightening session that brings together two distinct perspectives in the digital realm. We look forward to engaging with our vibrant HASTAC community and exploring the diverse narratives found within the digital sphere.
Mark your calendars, and stay tuned for more details on this upcoming Digital Friday session.