UCLDH online: Indigenous relationality in digital spaces
02 June 2022, 5:00 pm–6:30 pm
Technology is global, but where we live affects how we apply digital solutions to humanities work. We all have what Roopika Risam described as a digital humanities (DH) “accent”. This seminar series explores those accents by looking at DH research here, and there, and over there too. This is a chance to build greater global awareness and empathy about regional and local approaches to digital humanities in the twenty-first century.
This event is free.
Dr Adam Crymble
This seminar series is co-hosted by scholars living in three countries, nine time zones apart. Building upon our successful “Digital Humanities Longview” series (2021), this is a further bridging of trans-Atlantic digital humanities centres to promote a global conversation. We are committed to fostering rich international discussions from a diverse range of perspectives, with an emphasis on reflective practice.
About the Speaker
Cree-Métis writer and librarian at Mount Royal University
She has written for publications such as Canadian Art, the Montreal Review of Books, the Capilano Review, Room Magazine, and ndncountry. Her poetry has been featured on Poetry in Voice and anthologized in the Best Canadian Poetry 2019. Jessie often writes about the small everyday moments of joy and grief that make up Indigenous life.
As an academic librarian, Jessie’s research looks at Indigenous perspectives on information literacy, supporting language revitalization, and developing ongoing, reciprocal research relationships using nêhiyaw and Michif conceptions of kinship.More about Jessie Loyer