Please join us for our first of two AADHum Scholars symposia. The AADHum Scholars are a collection of thinkers from across the academic spectrum, each working on conceptualizing their own digital project. We expect a week of lively and generative conversations about what it means to actively germinate a Black digital humanities project. The event is structured this way so that people can come and go across the days, as afternoon breaks from our collective experience of the current moment. Our second symposium in the Spring will feature more scholars from the 2020 cohort, as well as showcasing some other projects coming from our workshops and our staff. We'll let you know as soon as we have the date!

This is an online event, and registration is required. Please click here to learn more about each day's conversation, and to register for any of the five. We'll also be amplifying tidbits about each project throughout the week, so remember to follow us on our various social media outlets.

Looking forward, and on behalf of the AADHum team,
Marisa Parham

Dr. Marisa Parham, director, African American History, Culture, & Digital Humanities Initiative (AADHUM) // Associate Director, Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) // Visiting Professor of English, University of Maryland  //  ::  @amplify285

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