Welcome, Introduction, & Keynote Address

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Graney, Brian; Lucaites, John Louis; Lynch, Shola
Regeneration in Digital Contexts: Early Black Film, organized by the Black Film Center/Archive, brought together an interdisciplinary group of scholars, moving image archivists, and technology specialists in digital humanities for a two-day conference and workshop held in Bloomington, Indiana November 15-16, 2013.

The conference program, November 15, 2013, opened with a Welcome by Brian Graney, Archivist and Head of Public and Technology Services at the Black Film Center/Archive. The Introduction was provided by Associate Dean for Arts & Humanities, with responsibility for Undergraduate Education John Lucaites. Shola Lynch, curator of the Moving Image and Recorded Sound Archive at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture, presented the Keynote Address 
"Film, Race & Archives — The Odyssey of a Film Maker & Curator".
O'Leary, Barbara Ann; Trout, Grafton; Martin, Michael T.; Stewart, Jacqueline Najuma, 1970-; Francis, Terri
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