Last week I gave a talk titled “Black Mirrors and Melting Wizards: Digital Storytelling Tools and Techniques” at the University of Georgia’s Wilson Center Digital Humanities Lab. My mom is a UGA alum, so it was great to visit Athens and learn about all the exciting digital work happening on campus! I also found time to check out Bizarro-Wuxtry Comics, Toys, & Stuff, a store I highly recommend to fans of comics, toys, and stuff.
Thanks so much to Emily McGinn for inviting me and for being an amazing host! The DigiLab wrote up my talk and has provided a recording of my remarks (accompanied by my presentation slides) here.
I love sharing my research and thoughts on digital humanities, public humanities, and digital pedagogy, so if you’re looking for someone to talk about these topics or related things at your campus or conference, please get in touch via email (firstname.lastname@example.org) or Twitter (@JimMc_Grath).