The second annual Connecticut Digital Humanities conference will be held virtually across Fridays in February 2021. The schedule is available, and registration is open!
The conference committee is pleased to announce that the keynote speaker will be Nicole Aljoe, Associate Professor of English and Africana Studies and Director of the Africana Studies Program at Northeastern University and Co-Director of the Early Caribbean Digital Archive.
We hope you will join us for talks by faculty, librarians, and students from across the Northeast about digital humanities in the classroom, teaching and student engagement during COVID-19, digital archives, and more. Connecticut College Professor of Art History and Architectural Studies, Di Luo will present her work on mapping the Silk Road of Buddhist architecture on Friday, February 12 at noon.