Joycelyn Wilson, an assistant professor at Georgia Tech’s School of Literature, Media, and Communication and an expert in hip hop-inspired humanities research and pedagogy, is offering two public events this September through the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS) residency program.
Please follow the links below to learn more about these events, both of which will be hosted at the Robert W. Woodruff Library at Emory University, and mark your calendars to join us:
- Interactive workshop on Sept. 20: The OUTKAST Imagination: Justice-Oriented Pedagogy in Hip Hop-Inspired Humanities Instruction
- Presentation with light refreshments on Sept. 21: The Hip Hop Archive as Digital Pedagogy Design Issue: Speculations from the Physical to the Digital
ECDS selected Wilson for its Fall 2017 digital scholarship residency after a public call for applications from Atlanta-area scholars who are incorporating digital scholarship into their teaching and research.
The 3-day residency, which provides an honorarium, is designed to create opportunities for visiting scholars to share innovative digital scholarship approaches with the Emory community and to demonstrate how digital scholarship is changing higher education.