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Teaching with AI in the Humanities: Talking About Practice

Clark University, Higgins Lounge, Dana Commons - 2nd Floor 36 Maywood Street, Worcester

Join the Higgins School for a gathering of humanists eager to share insights, challenges, and triumphs in harnessing AI tools for teaching. This event is open only to faculty at Clark University in Worcester, MA.

PLAYED: How Music Orchestrates Thick Violence Against Black Girls on the Internet

Clark University, Higgins Lounge, Dana Commons - 2nd Floor 36 Maywood Street, Worcester

Dr. Kyra Gaunt from the University at Albany, SUNY opens the Higgins School's spring 2024 symposium on Movement, revealing the obscured musical contributions of Black girls who twerk while also exposing how music perpetuates patriarchal violence.

_hello world! Workshops on Digital Research in the Arts & Humanities

Clark University, ASEC 202

In this first session of the Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities workshop series, open to faculty, staff, and graduate students at Clark and beyond, facilitators will introduce digital humanities through a working definition, project examples, and a hands-on primer to some basic computing skills.