The fourth Digital Witness Symposium explores the relationship between digital games and human rights activism. ANGEL DAVID NIEVES will discuss the interactive digital projects he has co-developed about South Africa, including Soweto ’76 3D and Soweto Historical GIS Project, and SUSANA RUIZ will talk about the human-rights themed digital games she has co-created, including the award winning Darfur is Dying and Finding Zoe.
Wednesday, October 9th, 7:00 PM
127 Kirner-Johnson Building (KJ)
Thursday, October 10th, 7:00 PM
Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium Newhouse 3
FUNDING PROVIDED BY the Central New York Humanities Corridor, from an award by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. CO-SPONSORED BY the SU Humanities Center; the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications; the SU Departments of Transmedia, African American Studies and Communication & Rhetorical Studies; the Everson Museum of Art and the Digital Humanities Initiative at Hamilton College.
ASL interpretation will be provided.
FREE AND OPEN TO THE PUBLIC