Digital Humanities Workshop: Dr. David Shane Lowry

Thursday, April 07, 2022 at 5:00pm to 6:00pm

The Nexus, Hayden Library, 14S-130, 14S-130


Dr. David Shane Lowry (Distinguished Fellow in Native American Studies, MIT History) presents "Restoring Institutional Memory: narrating MIT's role in Indigenous genocide," April 7, 5:00 pm in The Nexus.

This presentation will feature collaborators and student researchers from Dr. Lowry's The Indigenous History of MIT, a new undergraduate course.


The Digital Humanities Workshop provides a flexible, dynamic space for faculty and researchers to connect with one another about digital research and teaching topics. This year's series focuses on innovative approaches to storytelling that combine archival methods and digital tools.

This series is co-hosted by the MIT Libraries and Programs in Digital Humanities.

Sessions are held monthly and are open to all members of the MIT community. Attendees who are not on Covid Pass should email to RSVP.

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