Discovering Digital Humanities: Honoring Hispanic Voices (Oct. 11)
Join the College of Arts and Sciences, the Office of the Provost, and the University Libraries as we present Honoring Hispanic Stories, the latest in our series Discovering Digital Humanities. Panelists will discuss humanities projects with an emphasis on topics and scholarship drawn from the diverse cultures of the Hispanic world.
October 11 | 1pm - 3pm | Live via Zoom
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1:00 - Welcome from the Provost's Office
1:10 - Presentations from Group One panelists
2:05 - Presentations from Group Two panelists
3:00 - Event concludes
Jared E. Alcántara - "In Search of Orlando Costas: How Digital Humanities Enhances My Research"
Ricardo Álvarez-Pimentel - "Teaching Waco's Hispanic Stories"
Carlos F. Cardoza-Orlandi - "Now you see it; Now you don’t: The Urgent Task of Preserving Material History and Documentation from Latin American and the Caribbean missionary agencies"
Marilia Corrêa - "Dictatorship, Expelled Servicemen, and the Archive in Brazil"
João Chaves - "Digital Possibilities in Transnational Americano History"
Laura Fraga - "Ethnocultural Empathy (Cultural Empathy) and Acquisition of Spanish Language"
Marcelo Boccato Kuyumjian - "Rio de Janeiro’s Press and the Musical Lives of Afro-Brazilians"
Moisés Park - "On Being an Asian Latino Spanish Professor"