Moya Bailey, NULab Core Faculty member and Assistant Professor in the Department of Cultures, Societies and Global Studies and the Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies Program, was recently interviewed at HASTAC about her involvement with HASTAC while a graduate student, her activism, her current research, and the state of DH. Asked about advice for current and incoming HASTAC scholars, Bailey says, “Collaborative research has to be a priority—really trying to get humanities and computational folks talking together. On the humanities side, there has been a lot of emphasis on learning code and other computational skills, but I’d love to see the computational folks embracing our modes of critical thinking. It’s crucial that both parties have something to contribute.”
You can read the full interview here.