Description: What rights, roles, and responsibilities are associated with forms of DH research and pedagogy? What models exist? What are the pitfalls? Panelists consider opportunities and challenges of “transacting” digital humanities projects in multiple contexts. What ethical obligations do we have as collaborators? How do DH transactions challenge our ideas of collaboration and power relations geographically, institutionally, personally, and pedagogically?
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Carrie Johnston, Wake Forest U
Rikk Mulligan, Carnegie Mellon U
Dhanashree Thorat, U of Kansas
Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Michigan State U
Lisa Marie Rhody, Graduate Center, City U of New York