The Digital Caribbean: Articulating Scholarship and Pedagogy in the Public Sphere

kbj_headshot_sfwTuesday, November 1 | 4:00 PM | Schapiro Hall, Room 129

In this talk, Professor Josephs discusses the intersections between her research on, and teaching of, Caribbean digital narratives. In addition to examining the complexities of digital archive building, she focuses on some of the ethical and methodological questions that arise in melding the study of digital technologies with the study of narratives from and about the Caribbean.

Kelly Baker Josephs is the 2016–17 Sterling Brown Visiting Professor of Africana Studies at Williams College.