The Barnard Center for Research on Women (BCRW) along with the Humanities and Technology Camp are presenting a collaborative “unconference” exploring innovation in the digital humanities, focusing on feminist interventions.
The event takes place on Saturday, March 16, 10am – 5pm at Barnard College. Free and open to the public! You can register here at the THATCamp Feminisms East website. Registration is required and the venue will be wheelchair accessible!
Bringing together faculty, students, information professionals and activists from across the Northeast, THATCamp Feminisms will delve into both the technical and the theoretical questions central to the use of technology in the humanities—from how to utilize text mining or redesign the way information is communicated, to the ethical implications of digitizing archives and what it means to have assignments, classroom discussions or lectures online.
THATCamp Feminisms will provide a space for participatory learning at the intersection of feminism, academia and new media through discussion, skills-based workshops, and on the spot experimentation. People of all professions and skill levels are welcome. Co-sponsored by The Barnard Library and THATCamp Theory.