In November of 2019, the Auburn University College of Liberal Arts hosted the biennial joint meeting of the Aphra Behn and Frances Burney Societies. The theme of the conference was “Public Good(s),” and scholars presented a wide range of conferences and workshops that engaged with the questions surrounding public engagement and advocacy, both historically and practically.
18th Connect was represented at this conference by both Dr. Emily Friedman (our Director) and Ms. Elizabeth Brissey (our Project Manager). Ms. Brissey hosted a collaborative workshop entitled “An Introduction to 18thConnect.Org,” which provided a framework for beginning a Digital Humanities project with integration into 18th Connect in mind.
Click on the following link to view and download Ms. Brissey’s presentation slides.