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History Lab: Communities and Data

Saturday

Jul 21, 2018 – 01:00 PM - 03:00 PM

315 Chestnut Street
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Because we assume that human perspectives are varied and unreliable, algorithms and quantitative data collection often seem dedicated to “removing” subjective experiences from the equation. Why is that? How does a story change when you invite people’s lived experiences (collected through ethnography, oral history, and journalistic interviews) into the examination of a community?


This event is free, but registration is required.

About History Lab: Data
Join us each summer for History Lab, a series of free monthly seminars taking place from June through August. We’ll explore big questions from science and history that have immediate, real-world implications.

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