"The Colored Conventions Project is a collaborative DH project that brings nineteenth-century Black organizing to digital life." The CCP Twitter is also a robust and consistently updated source that amplifies DH projects by Black scholars.
This podcast is a collaboration between Dr. Caroline Boswell, Professor of Humanities & European History, Rachel Scray, a student in History, Digital and Public Humanities and Arts Management and Kate Farley, Phoenix Studios Producer. The purpose of Humanities+ is to provide listeners with meaningful discussions with enthusiast, scholars, and experts on the intricate fields of Digital and Public Humanities in order to expand our listeners thinking and perspective on the subject.
The Price Lab Podcast is "a series focused on the people who are building, using, and critiquing the digital tools and techniques transforming the humanities. In each episode, friends of the Price Lab will speak to a different scholar about their work and the digital tools and resources shaping their research and pedagogy."
Postcolonial Digital Humanities has three major goals: to define the postcolonial digital humanities, to locate ways postcolonial studies can and should shift in response to digital changes and challenges, and to write alternative genealogies of the digital humanities.