February 1 - 17, we're coordinating an exhibit at the Morris University Center Art Gallery. Our exhibit, "Black Studies2.0: Digital Humanities and Cultural Participation" is a small retrospective on our program's engagements with technology and new media over the years.
The exhibit includes photographs of our public humanities activities, posters from some of our various projects, and writings from our blog. The exhibit is open Monday through Friday from 9:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.
As a complement to the exhibit, we're running a series of blog entries this month concentrating on the ways that we have incorporated technology into our projects over the years. We have worked to modify black studies for a 21st century look and feel. Our series 28 Ways of Thinking about Black Studies & Afrofuturism provides some reflection on our approaches and the design of our projects.
A Glance at the Exhibit