From Digital to Analog and Beyond: Multimodal Scholarship, Public-facing Work, and the Digital Humanities

Milstein Center, room 103 (Barnard Digital Humanities Center) 3009 Broadway New York, NY, 10027

Hybrid event at the Milstein Center and on YouTube livestream

With speakers Mona Oraby (Howard) and Kaiama L. Glover (Barnard)

Cosponsored by Social Science Research Council; Barnard Digital Humanities Center; The Society of Fellows and Heyman Center for the Humanities; and the Department of Religion

A conversation with Kaiama L. Glover (Barnard College) and Mona Oraby (Howard University). This event is prompted by the publication of Oraby’s coauthored graphic nonfiction book, A Universe of Terms: Religion in Visual Metaphor, which is based on a project she first convened and edited on The Immanent Frame, a digital platform hosted by the Social Science Research Council. Using A Universe of Terms as a point of departure, Glover and Oraby will discuss the boundaries of research, including the expected products of scholarship, as well as the role of the digital humanities in bridging public-facing work with specialist interests. Glover and Oraby, both long-time editors of born-digital projects, will also engage in a conversation about how editorial experiences shape their scholarly praxis.