Workshops

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Throughout the Fall of 2013, public workshops were held on Thursdays from 4:00 to 5:30pm at Emerson Hall on the Harvard University campus, in room 108.

September 19: Omar Wasow (Assistant Professor, Department of Politics, Princeton University; Co-founder, BlackPlanet.com)

September 26: Lisa Nakamura (Professor, Departments of American Cultures and Screen Arts and Cultures, University of Michigan)

October 3: Jessie Daniels (Professor, Public Health, Sociology, Critical Psychology and Co-Principal Investigator, JustPublics@365, City University of New York)

October 10: Baratunde Thurston (CEO and Co-Founder, Cultivated Wit; Author, How To Be Black; Fellow, Berkman Center for Internet & Society, Harvard University)

October 17: Vincent Brown (Professor of History and of African and African American Studies and Founding Director, History Design Studio, Harvard University)

October 24: Christina Xu (Co-Founder, ROFLCon; Team member, Breadpig; Chancellor, Institute on Higher Awesome Studies)

October 31: Phuong Pham (Co-Founder, KoBo Project; Research Scientist, Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard School of Public Health; Associate Faculty, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative) and Patrick Vinck (Co-Founder, KoBo Project; Research Scientist, Department of Global Health and Population, Harvard School of Public Health; Associate Faculty, Harvard Humanitarian Initiative)

November 7: Evelyn Brooks Higginbotham (Director of Social Engagement Initiative and Victor S. Thomas Professor of History and of African American Studies, Harvard University) and John Mugane (Director of the African Language Program and Professor of the Practice, Department of African and African American Studies, Harvard University)

November 14: Ethan Zuckerman (Director, Center for Civic Media, Massachusetts Institute of Technology; Co-founder, Global Voices)

December 5: Student Presentations (Undergraduate members of the course African and African American Studies 108x: Exploring Race and Community in the Digital World will share their semester-long multimedia research projects.)

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