Greater Boston Digital Research & Pedagogy Symposium

The Greater Boston Digital Research and Pedagogy Symposium is a city-wide gathering of students, scholars, and practitioners working at the intersection of technology and the humanities. Hosted at a different institution each year, the Symposium is a key site for promoting cross-institutional collaboration and showcases the diverse perspectives of our field.

The Tufts University Libraries are excited to host the third Greater Boston Digital Research and Pedagogy Symposium on April 12th, 2024. The symposium will be held on the Tufts Medford campus with select sessions streamed online.

The call for proposals closes on January 31st, 2024.


Keynote Speaker

K.J. Rawson

Associate Professor of English and Women’s, Gender and Sexuality Studies; Co-Director of NULab for Texts, Maps, and Networks, Northeastern University

K.J. Rawson works at the intersections of the Digital Humanities and Rhetoric, LGBTQ+, and Feminist Studies. Focusing on archives as key sites of cultural power, he studies the rhetorical work of queer and transgender archival collections in brick-and-mortar and digital spaces. Rawson is founder and director of the Digital Transgender Archive, an award-winning collection of trans-related historical materials, and he chairs the editorial board of the Homosaurus, an LGBTQ+ linked data vocabulary.


8:30am - 5pm



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Tisch Library

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