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McCarl, Clayton, Emilia Thom and Georgina Wilson. “Editing the Spanish Colonial Heritage of Northeast Florida.” XXXIX International Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, May 26-29, 2021. (Georgina Wilson will present on her project "A Map and Two Letters Related to Fort St. Nicholas," jointly published by NFEW and coloniaLab.)

McCarl, Clayton, Karen Cousins, Cassidy Bowen, Carol Lynne Hemmingway, Rebecca Nunes, Marisa Pechillo, Emilia Thom and Matthew Welcome. "Digital Editing as Public History Pedagogy." National Council on Public History, March 2021.

The students will present on the following projects (the links are to the students' exhibits, which contain links to the respective documents):

"A Letter by E.A. Lee," Cassidy Bowen

"A Letter to Defend a Legacy: Ellen Call Long Writes to Edwin Luther Green," Carol Lynne Hemmingway

"A Letter by S.S. Hyatt," Rebecca Nunes

"Letters by Elisa Hatch," Marisa Pechillo

"Prototype Online Archive of Documents Related to Indigenous Peoples in Colonial Spanish Florida," Emilia Thom

"A Selection from the Will of Abraham Dupont," Matthew Welcome

McCarl, Clayton, Carol Lynne Hemmingway, Emilia Thom, Georgina Wilson and Alexandra Zapata. “coloniaLab: Digital Editing with Students at UNF.” Florida Digital Humanities Consortium webinar series, Feb. 5, 2021. (Georgina Wilson presented on her project "A Map and Two Letters Related to Fort St. Nicholas," jointly published by NFEW and coloniaLab.) Video.

Anagnostou, K. Authenticity, Integrity, and Collaboration: Considerations for Digital Humanists." Fifth Annual Digital Projects Showcase, Digital Humanities Institute, University of North Florida, Nov. 9-13, 2020. Poster.

Dumitrascu, Sarah. A Selection from a Corrected Typescript of Marjorie Kinnan Rawlings’ novel The Yearling." Fifth Annual Digital Projects Showcase, Digital Humanities Institute, University of North Florida, Nov. 9-13, 2020. Poster designated "Project of Merit."

Pechillo, Marisa. "Editorial Work and Contextual Research on Materials Related to North Florida History in UNF Special Collections." Fifth Annual Digital Projects Showcase, Digital Humanities Institute, University of North Florida, Nov. 9-13, 2020. Poster.

Wilson, Georgina. "Editing a Map and Two Letters Related to Fort St. Nicholas." Fifth Annual Digital Projects Showcase, Digital Humanities Institute, University of North Florida, Nov. 9-13, 2020. Poster designated "Project of Merit."

McCarl, Clayton, James Cusick, Erik Moore, Sarah Dumitrascu, Carol Lynne Hemmingway and Georgina Wilson. “A Cross-Institutional Collaboration on Student Digital Editing Projects by the North Florida Editorial Workshop and the PK Yonge Library of Florida History.” Upper Midwest Digital Collections Conference/Minnesota Digital Library Annual Meeting, Nov. 6, 2020. Program listing.