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Power to the People: A Cross-Cultural Hip-Hop Discussion

Hip Hop rappers Amir Issaa and Parker Edison bring their talents and passion to SDSU.  

Along with Italian journalist and talent manager Flavio Zocchi, these artists will share their vision and expertise for creating compelling music and art.

Power to the People: An Italian Hip Hop Writing Workshop

Tues, 3/6 @ 11 am in the DH Center.

Dr. Frank Serafini- Multimodal Content Analysis

Mon, 3/5 @ 4 pm in the DH Center.

Dr. Serafini Lecture

What Dreams May Come

Examining the Career Aspirations of Students of Color through Drawings.

Mon, 2/26 @ 4 pm in the DH Center.

Dreams Lecture

"Sad Porn": A Lecture by Dr. Hoang Nguyen

Today @ 2 pm in the DH Center.

Sad Porn Lecture

Queer Visibility in Media for Young People

Thurs, 2/22 @ 12:30 pm in the DH Center.

Dr. Mason Lecture

Digital Humanities Workshop: Knightlab Visualization Tools

Join us in the Digital Humanities Center (LA 61) for our new monthly DH Workshop Series. This workshop will be hands-on tutorial with several Knightlab Visualization Tools, including TimelineJS, StoryMapJS, and JuxtaposeJS. Please bring a laptop, if you have one.

Tuesday, February 20

2-3 pm

Public, Oral, and Digital (P.O.D.) History Series Kick-Off Panel

This will be the kick-off event for a series dedicated to exposing the student body to public, oral, and digital history methods partnered with the USC Shoah Foundation and SDSU faculty. This panel will be followed by a space-available workshop on the use of digital oral history archives for research and for use in the classroom, hosted by Phi Alpha Theta and conducted by the USC Shoah Foundation.

Digital Humanities Faculty Research Group

The Faculty Research Group studies research in digital humanities but also works on creating our own. We meet once a month in the Digital Humanities Center (LA 61) to learn collaboratively and collectively about digital humanities research, tools, methods, and teaching.