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The Black Book Interactive Project is a collaborative research project that seeks to increase the number of black-authored texts in the study of digital humanities. By generating a metadata schema that accounts for race and race-related issues, we will correct the digital divide in black-authored texts. BBIP has been funded by the University of Kansas, the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), the American Council of Learned Societies (ACLS) and the Andrew Mellon Foundation.
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BBIP Partners:

The BBIP is an interdisciplinary project working with several institutions across the country for a common goal of making more black-authored texts available for study in the digital humanities. 

 







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Call for Applications

Black Book Interactive Project Scholars Program III: 

Introduction to Digital Humanities, 2022

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