In recent decades, the use of social media and digital technologies has seamlessly and stealthily sneaked into our daily lives in ways we can no longer imagine living without – infiltrating and forever changing the way we shop, play, learn, and communicate.
The IHGC’s Humanities Week 2019’s theme, “Log In” encourages students, faculty, and guests to explore how digital technologies and social media consciously and unconsciously inform and impact our lives through our art, communications, relationships, music, technology, information sharing, organizing and more.
Praxis Fellows | Digital Humanities Interventions in the Public Domain Workshop
Monday April 1 | 10 - 11 am | Alderman 421
Grace Alvino | Social Media and White Supremacy: Irony in the Age of Disinformation
Monday April 1 | 4 - 5:15 pm | Wilson 142
Jia Tolentino | The Internet Used to Be Good. What Happened?
Monday April 1 | 6 - 7:30 pm | Nau 101
Meredith Clark | Black Twitter
Tuesday April 2 | 3 - 4:15 pm | Wilson 142
UVA Comedians | Is Your Crush Single Now? And Other Social Media Questions featuring members of The Whethermen and Amuse Bouche
Tuesday April 2 | 5 - 7 pm | Crozet Pizza on Elliewood
Sean Duncan | What's Wrong with Gaming Culture?
Wednesday April 3 | 12 - 1:30 pm | Wilson 142
Lana Swartz | Money as Social Media
Wednesday April 3 | 4 - 5:15 pm | Wilson 142
James Ascher + Neal Curtis | Crash Course on Juxtaposition: Commonplace Books and Libraries
Thursday April 4 | 2:30 - 3:45 pm | Wilson 142
The Global Inquirer I Podcasts & Pizza
Thursday April 4 I 5 – 6:00 pm I New Cabell 349 (French Conference Room)
Feminist Reading Group | "Cat Person" Reading and Discussion (register here)
Friday April 5 | 12 - 1:30 pm | 1515 Garage Room
For more information, visit hw-uva.co