AADHum’s Spring 2017 series, Race, Space, and Place, included six reading group sessions, four digital humanities incubators, many one-on-one consultations, and numerous virtual connections. As our team looks ahead to the Fall 2017 semester, we hope to continue creating space for productive work and collaboration at the intersections of African American history, culture, and digital humanities.
Your feedback is crucial to the growth and sustainability of our AADHum community.
If you participated in any of the semester’s reading group sessions, please click here to answer some questions about your experience.
If you participated in any of the semester’s digital humanities incubators, please click here to share what worked (and especially what didn’t work) as you explored new digital tools.