Digital Diversity: Writing | Feminism | Culture is a project growing from our 2015 conference of the same name. It marked the first 20 years of the Orlando Project and looked outward to explore how, in the same 20 years, varied digital studies have enhanced, altered, or muted the project to recover and represent marginalized writers, thinkers, and artists. Participants considered specific ways digital humanities can generate knowledge and bridge communities while respecting cultural difference. The event was attended by approximately 90 delegates from North America, Cuba, India, Ireland, and the UK.
This website is a work-in-progress that comprises an archive of conference materials and a venue for new open-access Digital Diversity publications, beginning with the Digital Diversity Timeline created by scholars and students.