Credits

Researchathon

Florence Elie
Susanna Alles Torrent
Leyla Williams
Roberta Kilkenny
Ludovica Pagni
Katie Zheng
Kaiama L. Glover
Bob Scott
Alex Gil
Sean Knowlton
Dennis Tenen
Jonas Timson
Kora Veron Leblé
Annette Joseph-Gabriel
Nat Zingg

 

Forum Participants

Yarimar Bonilla
Gary Wilder
Millery Polyné
Anne Eller
Yvette Christianse
Erica Hunt
Carrie Noland
Christopher Winks

 

Forum Bloggers

Martin Munro
Mimi Sheller
John Walsh
Laurent Dubois
Kelly Josephs
Christian Flaugh
Andrew Daily
Maja Horn
Raj Chetty
Richard Greeman
Zora Melin
Michael Justiana
Betty Brown
Guillaume Yoboue
Geneviève Oliveira
Andrew Buttram
Dominique Licobs
Mara de Gennaro
Sylvie Kande

 

Organizers

Kaiama L. Glover
Alex Gil
Brent Edwards
David Scott

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Thank you!

Thank you all who participated in our event! We have received great feedback from the community and feel very proud of what we accomplished. We didn't do this alone, and we give credit where credit is due. Please visit our credits page to see a list of all of those who made this happen.

Be part of the conversation

In the time leading up to our live forum at Columbia’s Maison Francaise, we encourage you to get involved. Our scholars have gotten the ball rolling on this site with a brief back-and-forth exchange. We hope you’ll find these dialogues compelling and we ask you to add your own reflections on the topics at hand by leaving a reply someplace (or places) on the site - as lengthy or as concise as you'd like. The responses we accumulate here will provide the point of departure for our forum discussions on December 6. Now, please join us on this digital humanities adventure!

Roll up your sleeves

On December 5, over the course of one day, you are invited to help to help us compile the largest online bibliography of primary and secondary sources related to Césaire. The main group will gather at the Studio@Butler, but you are welcome to join us from anywhere. Open to students, scholars, librarians, and technologists the researchathon will train and organize task-based teams (data entry, web and catalog research, programming, etc) and go live at the end of the day. To learn more or get ready visit our researchathon page.