Day of DH (Day of Digital Humanities) 2021 is this week! This year’s virtual event is on Thursday, April 29 and the theme is multilingual DH. Don’t forget to follow @dayofdh on Twitter for updates, and be sure to use #dayofDH2021. New this year, you can also use the hashtag to share photos and videos… Read more »
Author: Meredith Rice I created a video of my photo-voice presentation from my capstone course, narrating the relationship between a minority movement and an outside group (namely white reactions in the face of black advocacy or success).
Author: Taylor Trevino I adapted a class presentation to make this ‘video blog’ about cybertypes and how they affect politics and daily life. This is based on Lisa Nakamura’s book “Cybertypes: Race, Ethnicity, and Identity on the Internet” and current events affecting minorities such as immigration policy, police brutality, and the Black Lives Matter movement…. Read more »
Author: Kelly Taiclet Today I will be sharing a short animation I made for my capstone course and the UNT Digital Humanities event. In my capstone course, we are talking about race and the media – how the two are connected and how they effect each other. This animation is about racism in the American… Read more »
Author: Mariana Mackeprang
Author: Cristina Seanez This video portrays exactly how millennials are living their lives. Basically a made up life they are faking thru the media in order to fit in and interact with others.
Author: Carmen Barajas For my video, I wanted to observe our diverse campus and create a small clip similar to an ad taking seconds of attention.