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Thursday, June 10 • 12:30pm - 1:00pm
Teaching for the Future: Digital Archives as Pedagogy

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We will share ways in which a digital humanities project we created during the pandemic, Journal of the Plague Year: A Digital Archive of Covid-19, points the way toward principles and practices of student engagement useful in our changing classrooms.

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Catherine O’Donnell

Professor of History, Arizona State University
Catherine O'Donnell is Professor of History at Arizona State University. She is the author of Elizabeth Seton: American Saint (Cornell University Press, 2018), which was awarded the Distinguished Book Award by the Conference on the History of Women Religious, for books published... Read More →
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Mark Tebeau

Associate Professor, Public History, Arizona State University
An urban, public, and digital historian, Mark Tebeau has directed more than two dozen digital humanities, oral history, and public history projects.In March 2020, Tebeau co-created and co-directs A Journal of the Plague Year: An Archive of Covid-19, an international curatorial consortium that is building a crowdsourced digital archive documenting the pandemic. With attention to silences evident in traditional archives, JOTPY is connecting and linking data drawn from around the United States and the world into an archive that... Read More →

Thursday June 10, 2021 12:30pm - 1:00pm PDT