Do/Read More

Here’s a list of additional websites, projects, and resources that pertain to our mission in this course. I will continue to add to this list as I find new things. If you want to add something to this list, shoot me an email with the resource and a link and consider it done!

  • Adeline Koh, “Getting Started in Activist Digital Humanities” (blog post): a “brief and incomplete bibliography” of projects, initiatives, and websites related to activist DH. This is a great list! Be sure to check it out for final project ideas.
  • Studies in Radicalism Online (SiRO): a scholarly organization devoted to forging links between the material archive of resources for the study of radicalism and the digital research environment. The activities of this effort are driven by three primary goals:
    • to provide a virtual community for those engaged in the study of radicalism and
    • to meet emerging needs of this community, including making
    • recommendations on technological and scholarly standards for electronic scholarship, the aggregation of data, and the ability to discover and repurpose this data, and
    • to aggregate resources (both primary and secondary) relevant to radicalism studies.
  • Teaching Black Lives Matter,” a special issue of Radical Teacher: A Socialist, Feminist, and Anti-Racist Journal on the Theory and Practice of Teaching, vol. 106 (2016). Edited by Paula Austin, Erica Cardwell, Christopher Kennedy, Robyn Spencer