African Diaspora 2.0: Videos from the workshop

September 26-28, 2014, Harriet Tubman Institute, York University, 305 York Lanes

‘Africa’ and the Digital Turn—Possibilities, Pitfalls and Pragmatics
— Roopika Risam, Salem State College, “The Race for Digitality: Connectivity as Diasporic Identity

httpv://youtu.be/CXIKQFlsJu0


Experiences in the Field—Testimonies and the Digital
— Claire Payton, New York University and Duke University, “The Haiti Memory Project and Oral History in the Digital Age?
— Mary Leigh Morbey, Maureen Senoga, Mary Pat O’Meara, and Michelle Sengara, York University, Faculty of Education, “Social Media Engages Oral Culture at Ugandan Heritage Sites
— Annie Bunting, York University, Harriet Tubman Institute, “Oral Histories of Enslavement for Marriage in Times of War
Laurie Jacklin, Ryerson University, Discussant

httpv://youtu.be/u3sFhNoJQBk


Workshop: Interview Databases and Transcription Techniques
— Sandra Gasana, Université à Quebec à Montréal, “From Stories Matter to Curating Testimony : The Rwandan Survivors Perspective

httpv://youtu.be/YdsEUc4Ud6I

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