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Tahir Hemphill Looks Back on his Year at the Kluge Center

As Harissios Papamarkou Chair in Education Tahir Hemphill’s year at the John W. Kluge Center ends, he took the time to share his reflections on his experience with us at The Library of Congress.

Hemphill’s capstone event, playtest, was a daylong social sculpture exploring the application of virtual and augmented reality to the humanities, education and engagement. The Rap Research Lab created an excellent video showing what playtest is all about.

Hemphill also wants some feedback on what Divisions and/or Objects at the Library you’d like to be in conversation with for his project of building a pipeline between the community of critical creative technologists and The Library. So read the whole post here and comment if you have ideas he could use.

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