Cards Against Digital Humanities

Inspired by Cards Against Humanity and Emily Lloyd’s Cards Against Librarianship, Cards Against Digital Humanities, a free, printable card game, is happening.

Please submit your suggestions for cards via this Google form. If we receive enough submissions before Friday, I’ll print a deck for us to play during THATCamp Alabama; otherwise, we’ll continue to collect suggestions throughout our camp in hopes of having a deck to share with THATCamp Games prior to their upcoming camp.

Note: Cards Against Humanity contains humor that some find objectionable (here’s one author’s take). While Cards Against Digital Humanities is inspired by CAH and its gameplay, the creators of Cards Against Digital Humanities will reject suggestions that are not respectful to all potential players, regardless of gender, gender identity and expression, sexual orientation, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, age, religion, etc..

Categories: Games, Session Proposals, Session: Make, Session: Play |
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About Melissa Fortson Green

A librarian, teacher, and technology enthusiast, I'm the new Academic Technologies Instruction Librarian at The University of Alabama Libraries. I'm proud to claim membership on the organizing committee for the first THATCamp Alabama, and I'm particularly interested in accessibility and the digital humanities and the unconference model for professional development.