Interrupted and restricted, research and resulting scholarship has taken a decided turn to the digital to provide materials in the age of COVID-19. In academia, we have seen requests for digital materials at an unprecedented rate. This panel seeks to address not only the forward facing aspects of digital humanities (DH), ensuring access to researchers, students, and scholars, but also takes a step back to question the ethics and implications of what is disseminated via the virtual vis-à-vis human rights.
Moderator - Sharon Smith (ASU Library)
Discussant - Walid Ghali (Aga Khan Library, London, Associate Professor at the Aga Khan University's Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations)
John Carlson (Arizona State University)
Anand Gopal (Arizona State University)
Peter Herdrich (Antiquities Coalition)
Online (Zoom) - registration required
Institute for the Study of Muslim Civilisations