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On April 12, Tufts hosted the Greater Boston Digital Humanities Symposium in Tisch Library. The keynote speaker was K.J. Rawson, of Co-Director of NULab at Northeastern University. His keynote address, “Curating Digital Archives with Care: The Ethics of Representation, Description, and Access” is available online here. 

Speakers came from many different universities to discuss topics related to the humanities and the new questions that new technology poses for the humanities, representation, and equity. Among the institutions represented were Stonehill College, NYU Tisch School of the Arts, Northeastern University, the Boston Public Library, University of Connecticut, Smith College, Harvard University, Boston College, University of Connecticut, Signum University, University of Georgia, Wentworth Institute of Technology, Brandeis University, and Tufts University, among others. 

The full program of speakers and topics is available here.