The AADHum Initiative is pleased to announce our first sequence, Race, Space, and Place, which explores themes of African American labor, migration, and artistic expression, through a series of complementary Reading Groups (RG), Digital Humanities Incubator (DHI) and Digital Dialogues. As a reminder, the AADHum Initiative is on campus to help students, faculty, and community members learn and develop ideas, methods, and projects at the intersection of African American History and Culture and the Digital Humanities.
Students, faculty, and community members interested in attending any events should register. Here is a brief reminder of the types of events that may be of interest:
- Digital Humanities Incubators
- Reading Groups
- Digital Dialogues
You can find more information, including a description of individual sessions, on our website.
Job, fellowship, and CFP listings are services that offered by the American Studies Association to support its members in exploring professional opportunities in American studies. Any questions should be directed to the program, department, or center that has posted the opportunity.