Global Digital Humanities Symposium - Day 2

30 minutes - Speed Networking

30 minutes – Keynote presentation: Industry, Postcolony, and the Immersive Arts of Environmental Storytelling, Hanna Musiol

10 minutes – Break

1 hour, 40 minutes – Lightning Talks

—> 50 minutes - Digital Disruptions: Writing and Knowing Anew

- MI Diaries: Starting a Community-Engaged DH Project during a Global Pandemic – Betsy Sneller and Suzanne Wagner
- Digital Humanities Core Values Navigated in Global Pandemic Pedagogy – Najla Jarkas
- Recognizing Sounds and Aural Patterns in Ancient Chinese Texts: An Approach to Problems of Logographic Writing Systems – Gian Duri Rominger
- Ética,un límite y un potenciador de la Inteligencia Artificial: una recomendación en el contexto del COVID-19 – Barbara Guadalupe Gaspar Gaona

—> 50 minutes, ​Outlining Communities and Information through Digital Archives and the Static Web

- Exilio 36-39: Mapping Exile Memory – Melanie Forehand
- Learn-STATIC: Expanding the Potential of Digital Humanities Pedagogy With Static Web Technologies – Olivia Wikle (Presenting), Evan Peter Williamson, Gabriele Hayden, Kate Thornhill
- Digital Storytelling and Knowledge Service of Academic Celebrities’ Characteristic Resources from the Perspective of Digital Humanities – Huilin Liu (Presenting), Li Niu, Jingyi Zeng, Lichao Liu

10 minutes – Break

1 hour, 10 minutes – Mapping Digital Spaces of Memory, Witnessing, and Resistance

- Pauliceia 2.0 – Collaborative Mapping of the History of São Paulo (1870-1940) An experiment of open science in digital humanities – Andrew Britt and Luís Ferla
- Intersectional issues in digital mapping: The (De)colonial Memory Project and colonial monuments in Puerto Rico – Rafael Capó García
- A Geography of Terror and Repression – Jennifer Ross
- Walking the Archive of District Six: Memory, Augmented Reality, and Counter-Surveying – David A. Wallace and Siddique Motala

30 minutes – Trivia (Social Time)

In the event’s local time