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The Digital Humanities and Restorative Justice Archaeology: An Interview with Dr. Alicia Odewale

The Digital Humanities and Restorative Justice Archaeology: An Interview with Dr. Alicia Odewale

Event Date: 
Thursday, November 12, 2020 - 12:00pm to 1:00pm
Location: 
Zoom - Registration Required
Event Details: 

The Digital Humanities and Restorative Justice Archaeology: An Interview with Dr. Alicia Odewale
OSU Digital Humanities Initiative Speaker Series

Moderated By Dr. Brandy Thomas Wells

In conversation with Dr. Brandy Thomas Wells, Assistant Professor of History at OSU, Dr. Odewale will discuss her research, which brings together archaeology, restorative justice, and the digital humanities. In this conversation, she will discuss her current collaborative project with Dr. Parker VanValkenburgh, “Mapping Historical Trauma in Tulsa from 1921-2021.” The project brings together new archaeological investigations, radical webGIS mapping, and a digital archival database called the Greenwood Centennial Resource Collection.

Dr. Alicia Odewale is an Assistant Professor of Anthropology and the director of the Historical Archaeology and Heritage Studies Laboratory at The University of Tulsa. She focuses her teaching and scholarship on archaeological sites of African heritage in St. Croix, U.S. Virgin Islands and Oklahoma. Her current research interests include the archaeology of enslavement and freedom in urban contexts, Caribbean archaeology, restorative justice archaeology, and community-based investigations into different forms of cultural resistance.

To RSVP to this virtual event, please do to digitalhumanities.okstate.edu/rsvpforms 

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