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Capturing Community: Digital Storytelling and Community-Driven Archives Panel Discussion

Posted by Angela Brcka for University Libraries

Join all of the guest scholars from our Capturing Community: Digital Storytelling and Community-Driven Archives Speaker Series as they come together to share their experiences and knowledge. This panel discussion will be moderated by Amy Bocko, digital projects librarian at Western Michigan University Libraries. Panel participants include:

  • Mark Crain, executive director of Dream of Detroit
  • Nancy Liliana Godoy, head of the Community-Driven Archives (CDA) Initiative at Arizona State University (ASU) Library
  • David Todd Lawrence, co-director of Urban Art Mapping Research Project
  • Alisa Perkins, associate professor, Department of Comparative Religion, Western Michigan University
  • Heather Shirey, co-director of Urban Art Mapping Research Project

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About the series

This event is part of Capturing Community: Digital Storytelling and Community-Driven Archives Speaker Series, a collaboration between Western Michigan University Center for the Humanities and University Libraries. In this series, guest scholars talk about how they use community-driven archiving and digital storytelling collaborations to highlight underrepresented communities, preserve their histories and stories, and capture history-making social justice movements.

Date: Thursday, September 30, 2021
Time: 7:00pm to 8:30pm
Location: Webex
Cost:
Free
Contact: Amy Bocko
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