Nearly a decade ago, Harvard Library embarked on a comprehensive digitization project of manuscript and archival materials relating to Colonial North America from across the Library's repositories. This project enabled thousands of items to be made widely available online.
In celebration of the Library's achievements in this work, we invite you to join us for a series of events culminating in a three-part symposium with featured keynote speaker, Karin Wulf, Director of the Omohundro Institute of Early American History & Culture and Professor of History at William & Mary College.
Keynote, Karin Wulf: Digital Access and Making Early America Vast
Panel: Using Digitized Manuscript Collections in New Contexts
Panel: Artificial Intelligence and Access to Manuscript Materials