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Power, Inequality, and DH (2022 Winter CDHI Lightning Lunch Series)
February 9 @ 12:00 pm - 1:00 pm EST
Please join the University of Toronto’s Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI) for the fifth in our Lightning Lunch series of 2021-2022 for a conversation about how digital humanities approaches and methodologies can be used to unpack the relationships between power and inequality.
Lightning Lunches are panels of three DH scholars speaking about a theme over lunch. Our fifth discussion will be feature Dr. Beyhan Farhadi (Postdoctoral Visitor, Faculty of Education, York University), who will be speaking to us about her work examining the relationship between e-learning and educational inequality in the Toronto District School Board; Desmond Wong (Outreach Librarian, OISE, University of Toronto), who will be speaking about Indigenous Data Sovereignty; and Andrew Kaufman (PhD Candidate, Department of Geography, University of Toronto and inaugural CDHI graduate fellow), who will be speaking about his project, “Vulture Capitalism: The Making of Sovereign Debt Markets,” which traces the path of capital that is lent to low-and-middle-income nations through global capital markets.
Owing to continued COVID-19 restrictions, our Lightning Lunches will be held online for the winter semester. Sign up to attend at this link.