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Keystone DH 2021 Conference

"Keystone DH and Temple University Libraries’ Loretta C. Duckworth Scholars Studio are thrilled to share the schedule and registration information for this year’s virtual conference July 14-16th, 2021.

Registration for this year's conference is *free* and includes access to all events including keynote lecture, the digital showcase, workshop and panel sessions. Please be sure to register for the conference by July 9. Connection information and additional logistics will be provided to registrants in future communication. Visit the conference website to review the full conference schedule, code of conduct, and other resources. Please note that all times are Eastern Time.

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Our Keynote speakers Jim Casey and Kevin Winstead will be presenting, “What can Black digital humanities be? Movements, Collectives, Principles” on July 15 at 9:30–10:45. Their presentation will highlight lessons learned through work with the Colored Conventions Project and consider the “all-important struggle to balance access to institutional resources with accountability to Black communities.” Their full abstract is viewable on the Schedule.

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July 14, 2021 to July 16, 2021 12:00 am

Temple University

Event type: Conference