You’ve assembled a team and learned the tools and are building your digital humanities project. Now what? Join the Critical Digital Humanities Initiative for a lunchtime talk with Dr. Roopika Risam, Editor of Reviews in Digital Humanities, and Tieanna Graphenreed, Managing Editor of Reviews in Digital Humanities. We will discuss where digital projects “live”, the Reviews model for peer review, other venues for publishing digital projects, and tips for preparing your project for publication.
Roopika Risam is Associate Professor of Film and Media Studies and of Comparative Literature in the Digital Humanities and Social Engagement Cluster at Dartmouth College. Risam is author of New Digital Worlds: Postcolonial Digital Humanities in Theory, Praxis, and Pedagogy (Northwestern UP, 2019) and co-editor of several volumes including The Digital Black Atlantic (Debates in the Digital Humanities series, University of Minnesota Press, 2021). Along with Jennifer Guiliano, Risam founded Reviews in Digital Humanities, a journal dedicated to offering peer review of digital scholarly outputs, which is supported by the Mellon Foundation.
Tieanna Graphenreed is an English PhD student at Northeastern University studying rhetorics of Black citizenship and Black spatial politics. She explores questions of rhetorical citizenship through lenses of writing studies and civic rhetorical education, critical geographies of race and space, and digital humanities. Tieanna’s published work can be found in Composition Studies. She is managing editor for Reviews in Digital Humanities.
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