My review of Newest Americans appears in American Quarterly 71.1 (March 2019). This is the second time I’ve written for American Quarterly (the first was as co-author of a piece on precarious labor and digital humanities in issue 70.3). I’ve greatly valued my experiences with the American Studies Association’s Digital Humanities Caucus: if you’re in or around AMST and interested in DH, the caucus is a supportive and inspiring group of scholars. I’ve been happy to join ongoing conversations about DH in this journal.
Newest Americans has been a project that’s given us a lot to think about here in public humanities at Brown, and I’ve had positive experiences discussing it this semester in my Digital Storytelling course. If you don’t have institutional access to American Quarterly and you’re interested in reading my review, please email me (firstname.lastname@example.org) or send me a message on Twitter (@JimMc_Grath).