The Digital Blackness Conference June 30th 2017 is open for registration. Hosted by The Sussex Humanities Lab (SHL) and convened by Nathan E Richards and Leona Satchell-Samuels, themes on the day include black content creation, black feminist and queer discourses online, emerging digital literary practices, resistance and activist strategies, and broader questions of digital epistemologies and decolonising.
We welcome attendees from inside and outside the academic environment. Lunch, tea & coffee will be provided for a limited number of attendees on the day (first come first serve). There are limited spaces available so please be considerate – if you are unsure you that you will be able to attend do not reserve a ticket.
To register for the event please follow the link below:
Confirmed speakers, along with the day’s schedule of events, can be found throughout our site.
For further enquiries please contact