Community-Centered Digital Places: A Roundtable Conversation
"Community-Centered Digital Places: A Roundtable Conversation" will be a virtual roundtable on community-engaged digital projects. We'll hear briefly from three panelists who lead digital projects and research centered on their surrounding communities: Alison Martin, Mellon Faculty Fellow in Ethnomusicology at Dartmouth College; Kathryn Mariner, Assistant Professor of Anthropology and Visual and Cultural Studies at the University of Rochester; and Kirsten Delegard, Project Director of Mapping Prejudice at the University of Minnesota.
All the panelists will speak to a central question: "what is your relationship as a researcher and/or digital project builder to the community (and community members) on which your project is centered?" During the second half of the event, we'll have time for extended Q&A and discussion with everyone gathered. Our discussion will focus on best practices for community-centered research and shared experiences with university-community partnerships.
When and Where
Open to the Public