02/05, 12-2pm: Lisa Lynch, “Working with volatile archives: the case of Wikileaks.”


Northwestern University Digital Humanities Laboratory

Research Workshop @ Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities


Please join us for:

Dr. Lisa Lynch

“Working with volatile archives: the case of Wikileaks”

Alice Kaplan Institute for the Humanities

1800 Sherman Ave. 1st Floor Seminar Room

February 5, 2016, 12-2pm

Lisa Lynch is Associate Professor of New Media and Journalism at Concordia University. She served as a 2014 Fellow at the Princeton University’s Center for Information Technology Policy and was 2015 Visiting Fellow at Yale University’s Information Society Project. Her publications include “‘We’re Going To Crack The World Open’: Wikileaks and the Future of Investigative Reporting,” Journalism Studies (2010). More on Lisa Lynch’s work can be found on her website, lisalynch.org.

Lunch will be served (Pad Thai). No DH experience necessary!

Questions? Contact NUDHL co-organizers Jillana Enteen (j-enteen@northwestern.edu), Michael J. Kramer (mjk@northwestern.edu), or Sylvester Johnson (sylvester.johnson@northwestern.edu).

Co-sponsorship by Gender & Sexuality Studies.

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