How can we better make place a conscious factor in our scholarship, teaching, and community-building? How can we reframe landscapes that are indelibly marked by colonial and violent histories? Please join us for the 2019 Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation Spring Symposium. The two-day event includes presentations and workshops that highlight the work of scholars external and internal to WSU who seek to reframe assumed narratives and representations of place. The program includes presentations on new digital scholarship, techniques, and innovative pedagogical practices with an eye toward collaborations and meaningful partnerships. Day 1 of the symposium will feature public presentations from four invited speakers, followed by the “Reframing Landscapes Roundtable: Perspectives from the Plateau” discussion and reception. All presentations will be held from 10:00am-3:00pm in the CUB Junior Ballroom. The Roundtable will be held from 4:30pm-5:30pm in the Elson S. Floyd Cultural center, with the reception to follow. This event is sponsored by the Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation, WSU Libraries, Department of English, Department of History, College of Education, and Native Programs. Please visit our website for more information and a full schedule of events.