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DHS Reading Groups 2022
Design History & Language Rights

Design History & Digital Humanities


Complete programme: reading sessions

Design History & Language Rights

Led by Tai Cossich

Session 5
Design History and Language Activism
Tuesday, June 14, 2022
5–6pm BST
Please register︎︎︎
Reading list ︎︎︎

Session 6
Design History and the 2022-32 International Decade of Indigenous Languages
Tuesday, July 5, 2022
5–6pm BST
Please register︎︎︎
Reading list ︎︎︎

Sessions 7–12
Collaborative publishing workshop

Session 1: Design Responses to Language Diversity
February 1, 2022

Session 2: Design History and Multilingualism
March 22, 2022

Session 3: Design History and Indigenous Languages
April 19, 2022

Session 4: Design History and Literacy
May 17, 2022

Design History & Digital Humanities

Led by Anna Talley

Session 6
Digital Humanities and Cultural Institutions
Tuesday, June 21, 2022
5–6.20pm BST
Please register ︎︎︎
Reading list ︎︎︎

Sessions 7–12
Collaborative publishing workshop

Session 1: What are the Digital Humanities?
February 8, 2022

Session 2: Digital Humanities and Pluriversal Practices
March 8, 2022

Session 3: Digital Technologies and Methods
April 5, 2022

Session 4: Digital Humanities and Design History in Practice
May 3, 2022

Session 5: Crowdsourcing and Audience Engagement
May 25, 2022

Looking for Memory Full?      

The DHS Student Forum hosted a series of events in response to the theme of the DHS 2021 Annual Conference. Please follow the links below to see what we were up to.

Student Curated Keynote Speaker
Dr Ahmed Ansari ︎︎︎

Oral Histories of Researching ︎︎︎
Dear penpal... meet and greet ︎︎︎
Recording & Inventing ︎︎︎

Digital keepsake box ︎︎︎
It all started with a picnic... ︎︎︎

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