FHI-NCCU Digital Humanities symposium

2018 FHI-NCCU Digital Humanities Symposium
For those of you interested, our friends at the Franklin Humanities Institute will be hosting a Digital Humanities Fellows Symposium on Saturday, May 5, 2018. Please email christina.chia@duke.edu for more information.
The 2018 Franklin Humanities Institute –
North Carolina Central University
Digital Humanities Fellows Symposium
Saturday, May 5, 2018
9:45 am – 3:45 pm (Breakfast will be offered at 9 AM, Lunch at 12 PM)
Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall
Franklin Humanities Institute
Duke University
(Bay 4, Smith Warehouse – 114 S. Buchanan Blvd. – Maps & Directions)
Featuring Keynote Lectures
Maintaining and Mainstreaming the Study of the African American Experience: The Affordances of Digital Tools
Ronald Bailey
Department Head & Professor, African American Studies, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne
Co-Principal Investigator, AFRO Publishing Without Walls
Digital Organizing and Collective Recovery: Colored Conventions and the Long History of Black Activism
Gabrielle Foreman
Ned B. Allen Professor of English & Professor of Black American Studies & History, University of Delaware
Founding Faculty Director and Co-Founder, The Colored Conventions Project
And Presentations of Works-in-Progress by 2017-18 FHI-NCCU DH Fellows:
    Shelvia Dancy, Mass Communication
    Tony A. Frazier, History
    Carolyn (Collie) J. Fulford, Language and Literature
    Lenora Z. Helm Hammonds, Music
    Charmaine McKissick-Melton, Mass Communication
    Julie Nelson, Language and Literature
    W. Russell Robinson, Mass Communication
The Franklin Humanities Institute-North Carolina Central University Digital Humanities Fellows program promotes the development of digital pedagogy and digital scholarship at NCCU. The FHI-NCCU DH program is an integral part of the FHI’s Mellon Humanities FuturesInitiative, with additional support from the NCCU Office of the Provost and College of Arts and Sciences.
Questions? Email christina.chia@duke.edu
Image obtained from event site. 

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