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    *From: *Nadejda Webb <nwebb11@jhu.edu>
    *Date: *Friday, December 16, 2022 at 4:51 PM
    *To: *”Gold, Matthew” <MGOLD@gc.cuny.edu>
    *Subject: *[EXTERNAL] Keystone DH 2023

    Dear Prof. Gold,

    I hope you’re well considering all that’s happening in the world!

    My name is Nadejda Webb and I am an ACLS fellow at Johns Hopkins, working
    with the newly formed Center for Digital Humanities (CDH) and Black Beyond
    Data, a Computational Humanities and Social Sciences Laboratory for Black
    Digital Humanities. I am reaching out as part of the organizing committee
    for the forthcoming Keystone DH conference, which will take place June 16thand
    17that the CDH.

    For the past half-decade or so, Keystone has served as a regional
    conference bringing together a wide variety of DH practitioners from across
    the mid-Atlantic region (previous editions have been hosted by the
    University of Pennsylvania and Carnegie Mellon, among others). This year,
    the conference explores questions of scale, which could include anything
    from analysis based on a large data-set to an investigation of Silicon
    Valley labor practices, a pedagogical approach that moves between group
    sizes, or a critique of a digital methodology, tool, or technique. We are
    calling for panels, posters, or individual presentations, as well as DH
    works in progress. The proposal deadline is February 15th, 2023, and
    proposers will be notified by early March 2023.

    I write to both share the CFP ( https://keystonedh.network/2023/cfp
    and ask if you would be kind enough to circulate it through your listserv
    and/or with your students/colleagues.

    I greatly appreciate your assistance. Please let me know if there is any
    other information I can provide at this juncture.

    Thank You,


    *Nadejda I. Webb, Ph.D. (she/her/they)*

    ACLS Postdoctoral Fellow

    Black Data and the Black Digital Humanities | Center for Digital Humanities

    Krieger School of Arts & Sciences

    Johns Hopkins University

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