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OUR PROGRAMS & EVENTS

Visiting Speakers

Our Visiting Speaker Series brings leading DH scholars from across Canada and around the world to U of T.

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Praxis Workshops

Learn and practice digital scholarship skills and tools in our hands-on Praxis Workshops.

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Lightning Lunches

One theme. Three speakers. One hour. Bring your lunch and enjoy short talks on emerging topics in critical DH.

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2022 CDHI Conference

The Critical Digital Humanities International Conference foregrounded critical DH research, praxis, and community partnerships at a hybrid gathering in Fall 2022.

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Digital Drop-Ins

Bring your DH questions to our bi-weekly, themed, digital drop-ins hosted with experts from across the tri-campus.

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UPCOMING EVENTS

CDHI Visting Speaker Series: Connie Crompton on Sex and Gender in TEI and RDF

2 February 2023 @ 4:00 am - 6:00 pm EST

CDHI is pleased to welcome Dr. Connie Crompton as the second guest in our 2022-23 Visiting Scholar S...

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CDHI Visiting Speaker Series: Allie Martin on Black Sonic Life

29 March 2023 @ 4:00 pm - 6:00 pm EDT

Allie Martin is an ethnomusicologist and artist from Prince George’s County, Maryland. She is curr...

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WHAT IS CDHI?

The Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI) enables trans-disciplinary collaborations that emphasize questions of power, social justice, and critical theory in digital humanities research. It’s vision is to harness the very tools of the digital revolution to forge a new paradigm of critical humanities scholarship, one that bridges the humanities’ emphasis on power and culture in historical perspective with the tools and analysis of digital technology. The CDHI is a new mix of research workshop and design atelier, equipping humanities researchers with the technical and design expertise to use digital tools to ask new questions, share new knowledge, and analyze power and inequality in historical perspective.

OUR JHI CO-WORKING SPACE

JHI space features a large table in the centre of the room with materials displayed on it.
Faculty-led research teams can apply for collaborative work sessions in our Critical DH Co-Working Space on the St. George campus.

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