Join us for a 3-part celebratory culmination event of the Colonial North America at Harvard Library digitization project. Below is a snapshot of the program’s panel discussion topics led by subject specialists. You are welcome attend one or all days. Each day will run from 11:00am EST to 12:30pm EST.
Tuesday, April 6: Keynote Address - 'Digital Access and Making Early America Vast' by Karin Wulf, renowned early American scholar from the Omohundro Institute
Wednesday, April 7: Panel 1 - Using Digitized Manuscript Collections in New Contexts
Thursday, April 8: Panel 2 - Artificial Intelligence and Access to Manuscript Materials
Are you interested in a particular person, place, or theme from early America? Use the Questions & Comments field to let us know if there are topics you’d like to see discussed.