Bucknell University announced its annual digital scholarship conference, taking place on October 28-30, 2016, with the theme: “Negotiating Borders through Digital Collaboration.”
The organizers invite “proposals that explore or critique digital modes of scholarly, cultural, and political intersectionality. Special consideration will be given to proposals that demonstrate how crossing institutional boundaries, whether within or beyond the university, can facilitate the expansion of borders, broadly conceived.”
The conference aims to “bring together a broad community of practitioners–faculty, researchers, librarians, educational technologists, and students–who are using technology to rethink seemingly intractable borders within and outside of the university.”
Proposals are due on May 31, 2016.
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