POST: No More Excuses

In “No More Excuses,” Jacqueline Wernimont (Arizona State University) calls for the end of all-male panels in the digital humanities and points to several crowdsourced resources for locating women in DH: Build a Better DH Syllabus, Build a Better List of Code Experts, and Build a Better Panel. Wernimont concludes:

There are no more excuses. You know we are here and that we do damn fine work. Going forward, all-male panels can only be construed as a choice, not an issue of ignorance. We have been busy building the communities we want to see within DH,  and now we’ve taken time from our research, our teaching, our lives to pull together information for you – now it’s your turn to do your part.

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