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03/18/2019

Feminist Digital Humanities: Data, Activism, and the Academy

Time: 5:30pm
Location: Egan 440
Sponsored By: Barrs Committee, Department of English
Contact: Department of English: 617-373-4540, english@northeastern.edu

As a part of the Barrs Lecture series, Elizabeth Losh, Associate Professor of English and American Studies from the College of William and Mary will be giving a lecture titled “Bodies of Information”. This will be the last talk in the series and will focus on the material, embodied, affective, situated, and labor-intensive character of digital archives and social media. She will discuss her own research on hashtag activism in the context of her collaborations in feminist DH.

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