Julian Chambliss delivered a keynote lecture at the 2019 Digital Humanities Forum at the University of Kansas. During the lecture, Dr. Chambliss discussed “Mapping Black Imaginaries and Geographies”, a new project within the Consortium for Critical Diversity in a Digital Age (CEDAR). The project aims to document the dynamic networks linking these communities and how the ideas and actions connected to the project of black freedom evolved and expanded from these spaces.

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