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Digital Humanities at The University of Guelph

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Activity and interest in the digital humanities is increasing at the University of Guelph, with a wide range of research projects and pedagogy in the College of Arts drawing on digital resources. DH@Guelph provides a forum for colleagues to network, discuss and learn about the digital world and its impact on our work.

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  • Ariel Beaujot
    "The Fight to Take Down 'The Big Indian":


    Digital Humanities and its use in social justice work."  This was the DH@Guelph Winter 2020 DigiCafé contribution to our virtual lecture series with CRIHN at the Université de Montréal and The Humanities Data Lab at the University of Ottawa.A Visiting Associate Professor at Western University and Associate Professor of Public History at the University of Wisconsin La Crosse, Ariel Beaujot discussed how her classroom-based DH work in Wisconsin contributed to a campaign to take down a racially insensitive statue, addressing how public history and digital humanities helped to change municipal policy. Ariel is the Executive Director of Hear, Here, designed to enhance narratives in public history. //