April 22, 2022 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

Organized  by the Digital Humanities and Global Asias initiatives at Rutgers University, New Brunswick, “Digital Archives of Asias” brings together scholars and artists using digital humanities methods and mediums to preserve, interpret, and make accessible the histories and cultures of Asia and its diasporas. This roundtable discussion explores how activists and artists use digital humanities approaches and tools in different projects connected to Asian and Asian American Studies.

  • Amber Abbas, Associate Professor of History, St. Joseph’s University; Board of Directors, The South Asian American Digital Archive
  • Anida Youe Ali, Performance Artist; Poet; Global Agitator
  • Abhishek Amar, Associate Professor of Asian Studies, Hamilton College; Director, Sacred Centers in India
  • Paromita Vohra, Documentary Filmmaker, Screenwriter, and Teacher