In Our Image: Artificial Intelligence and the Humanities - Virtual Conference April 7-22, 2021

The National Humanities Center is planning "a virtual conference exploring the critical intersection between the humanities and artificial intelligence":

Artificial intelligence has infiltrated our daily lives—in the ways we conduct business, govern, provide healthcare and security, and communicate. The large-scale cultural and societal implications of these changes—and the ethical questions they raise—pose a serious challenge as we embrace a future increasingly shaped by the implementation of AI technology.

REMINDER: Shuri Castle and the Politics of Memory, March 5-6

Later this week, Kyushu University Border Studies will host an international Workshop examining 'Heritage from the margins? Shuri Castle and the Politics of Memory', in conjunction with IMAP, Pennsylvania State University, the University of Cambridge, the Sainsbury Institute, and the University of East Anglia.

Across two days, a plenary discussion and three roundtable panels explore ongoing memorial contestation over Shuri Castle and its place within regional, national, and global narratives of meaning making.

REMINDER: Shuri Castle and the Politics of Memory, March 5-6

Later this week, Kyushu University Border Studies will host an international Workshop examining 'Heritage from the margins? Shuri Castle and the Politics of Memory', in conjunction with IMAP, Pennsylvania State University, the University of Cambridge, the Sainsbury Institute, and the University of East Anglia.

Across two days, a plenary discussion and three roundtable panels explore ongoing memorial contestation over Shuri Castle and its place within regional, national, and global narratives of meaning making.

Reminder: Shuri Castle and the Politics of Memory, March 5-6

Later this week, Kyushu University Border Studies will host an international Workshop examining 'Heritage from the margins? Shuri Castle and the Politics of Memory', in conjunction with IMAP, Pennsylvania State University, the University of Cambridge, the Sainsbury Institute, and the University of East Anglia.

Across two days, a plenary discussion and three roundtable panels explore ongoing memorial contestation over Shuri Castle and its place within regional, national, and global narratives of meaning making.

REMINDER: Shuri Castle and the Politics of Memory, March 5-6

Later this week, Kyushu University Border Studies will host an international Workshop examining 'Heritage from the margins? Shuri Castle and the Politics of Memory', in conjunction with IMAP, Pennsylvania State University, the University of Cambridge, the Sainsbury Institute, and the University of East Anglia.

Across two days, a plenary discussion and three roundtable panels explore ongoing memorial contestation over Shuri Castle and its place within regional, national, and global narratives of meaning making.

Workshop: Excavated Footage, US Archives, and Alternative Historiography

Excavated Footage, US Archives, and Alternative Historiography 

A Virtual Workshop Conference, March 11-12, 2021 EST / March 12-13 KST

Organized by Prof. Mark J. Williams (Dartmouth College) and Prof. Han Sang Kim (Ajou University)

Sponsored by National Research Foundation of Korea, "South Korea - U.S. Cooperation Program in Humanities"

Graduate Student Colloquium on the History and Theory of Photography Virtual Event April 2, 2021 (Developing Room, Rutgers University, USA)

Friday, April 2, 2021

12:30 – 5:30pm Eastern Time

Online event via Zoom

Free and open to the public

Register in advance for this event:

https://rutgers.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJMsd-CrqjktH917aWHv2ttGljKsJigh7z9b

After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining via Zoom.

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