This work, "Reset-Refresh-Reformat," includes images from (1) The Salmon Pueblo Archaeological Research Collection created by the Center for Digital Research in the Humanities with funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities and in partnership with Archaeology Southwest, the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, and the San Juan County Archaeological Research Center and Library - Salmon Ruins; (2) Photos courtesy of the Alonso S. Perales Collection at Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage; (3) stills from the film “Threads of Technology” by Murphy (Owen) Productions; and (4) NASA photographs “Apollo 17 Landing Site” and “APOLLO 11 LAUNCH 71669.”

As we increasingly rely on digital technologies for memory and preservation, these tools can also help us to recover, redefine, and reimagine the past, particularly through the exploration of lost and marginalized voices and cultures. This seminar highlights digital projects that draw attention to these forgotten and overlooked histories, illuminating their importance and encouraging dialogue that has the ability to shape how we understand their legacy and impact. Speakers will explore projects that not only hold the power to alter our perception of the past, but move us toward a digital future that is more inclusive and that honors the lives and contributions of a multitude of diverse voices and stories.

Speakers will present short papers followed by a moderated conversation and question and answer session.


This event will be held via Zoom. A link will be circulated to registrants by 10 am on the day of the event.