By Stuart Parrish
The deadline for Calls For Proposals has been extended from last Friday, Sept. 6th to THIS Saturday,September 14th.
Please note that remaining final submissions should still be directed to the attention of Dr Carolyn Fulford by email, email@example.com.
The registration period for those not presenting but attending the Institute is open until October 5th. The event is free, and morning coffee and light food as well as lunch will be provided both days.
In addition to the deadline change above, please note the last Triangle Digital Humanities Institute of the year is just a little over six weeks away! Faculty of the host, NCCU in Durham, NC, met yesterday with coordinator Dr Michelle Ware, and the announcements of the daily keynote speakers as well as the results of the final Call for Proposals schedule are expected as early as next week
NCCU is an HBCU with this Institute’s theme being ‘Representation Matters,’ so it promises to be a rich and rewarding environment for deep exploration and exchange of ideas and inspiration. Submissions need not be limited to topics relating to traditionally under represented groups, but this is an intentional focus. The interpretation of the theme within the context of digital humanities as it may apply to issues of race, gender, accessibility and accommodations, and equal opportunity are welcome. This student writer finds a natural continuity to our school’s Conference on Diversity, Equity and Inclusion just this past July.
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