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Decolonial DH?: The Maker Movement Across Indigenous Studies and the Digital Humanities

Text from my keynote for DHSI@Congress. June 5, 2019.   Good morning! It is so wonderful to be here with here with you during Congress 2019. This community has meant so much to me in my career, first as a grad student and now as a teacher and researcher, so it’s an honour to be with […]

Decolonial Digital Humanities?: DH and Indigenous Studies

Indigenous studies and the digital humanities are at odds on a number of different levels, but in its emphasis on maker culture and “low-tech” development, DH offers a potential space for collaboration.