The world is a dramatically different place than it was in 2001 when the program was created. CLIR invites alumni of the fellowship program to reflect on how the program shaped their personal and professional experiences. Fellows will discuss the evolution of original-source research over this period and what the future may hold. Discussions from the symposium will inform priorities for CLIR’s future work preserving materials and supporting the scholars who use them.
All fellows and alumni are invited to propose sessions. Prospective speakers may respond to any of the following prompts or propose topics of their own.
Applicants should propose presentations in one of the following formats. (Note: CLIR may ask presenters to alter their format due to limited time availability or alignment with other sessions.)
Authors will have 10 minutes to present their papers (500-1250 words) at the in-person gathering in St. Louis. Papers will be assigned by the symposium organizers to a relevant panel.
Authors will record a 10-minute presentation of their papers (500-1250 words) in advance of the symposium. Recordings will be released prior to the event, as part of the symposium’s YouTube channel and podcast feed.
Fellows can volunteer to lead roundtable conversations in St. Louis around a topic they propose. A summary of findings from the session may be included in the symposium proceedings.
Fellows can volunteer to lead roundtable conversations over Zoom around a topic they propose. A summary of findings from the session may be included in the symposium proceedings.
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