Category Archives: CFPs & Conferences

CFParticipation: DHQ Call for Reviewers

By the Editors | September 2, 2014

Digital Humanities Quarterly (, an open-access, peer-reviewed, digital journal covering all aspects of digital media in the humanities is currently inviting scholars from all disciplines to join our team of regular peer reviewers. Our peer reviewers perform two important tasks: first, to ensure that the materials accepted for publication are of the highest quality, and […]

CFParticipation: What Is a Dissertation? New Models, Methods, Media

By the Editors | September 2, 2014

Here’s the first public announcement of the first official program offered by the Futures Initiative (Graduate Center, CUNY) in conjunction with several other partners.  Our goal is to model success stories (and challenges overcome) on the way to inventive, digital, experimental new forms of dissertations. Source: What Is a Dissertation? New Models, Methods, Media

CFP: Digital Diversity 2015

By the Editors | August 26, 2014

This conference examines the trajectory of feminist digital studies, observing the ways in which varied projects have opened up the objects and methods of literary history and cultural studies. We welcome presentations that will together reflect on the past, present, and future of digital literary and cultural studies; examine synergies across digital humanities projects; and […]

CFP: DH2015

By the Editors | August 26, 2014

The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) invites submission of abstracts for its annual conference, on any aspect of digital humanities. For the 2015 conference, we particularly welcome contributions that address ‘global’ aspects of digital humanities including submissions on interdisciplinary work and new developments in the field. See full post here.

CFParticipation: DH Bridge – Encouraging Computational Thinking and Digital Skills in the Humanities

By The Editors | August 21, 2014

DH Bridge workshops aim to build computational thinking and digital skills within the context of the humanities. Building on the model of RailsBridge, these one-day workshops seek to support a diverse coding community within the digital humanities with a curriculum tailored to the needs and questions of humanities scholars. Applications for the November 1, 2014 […]

CFP: Beyond the Proto-Monograph: New Models for the Dissertation

By the Editors | August 12, 2014

A new section of the Mediacommons project known as #alt-academy is dedicated to “Graduate Training in the 21st Century.” Edited by Melissa Dalgleish (York University) and Daniel Powell (University of Victoria), the first “cluster” is exploring “how the prototypical graduate project in the humanities—the dissertation—is changing in the face of the digital turn, shifting job markets, and […]

CFP: “Crossing Borders,” Eastern Sociological Society

By the Editors | August 12, 2014

The “Crossing Borders” theme invites discussion of the social construction and social impacts of borders dividing individuals, groups, and nations.  It challenges us to explore how borders are created, how they can change, and the complex processes shaping whether, and how, they can be crossed – and with what consequences. View CFP Here.

CFP: AccessibleFuture

By The Editors | August 7, 2014

The Building an Accessible Future for the Humanities Project is organizing workshops in Boston, Austin, Lincoln and Atlanta on technologies, design standards, and accessibility issues associated with the use of digital environments. Get more information here.

CFP: Born Digital: Reformatting Humanities in the 21st Century

By The Editors | August 5, 2014

The Department of Modern Languages and Literatures at the University of Miami announces its annual graduate student conference, “Born-Digital: Reformatting Humanities in the 21st Century” to be held March 20-21, 2015. Submission deadline is November 1. See full CFP here.

CFP: Palgrave Pivot Series on “The Digital Nineteenth Century”

By the Editors | July 31, 2014

The proposed Palgrave Pivot series, “The Digital Nineteenth Century,” will publish short-form monographs (30 – 50,000 words) on topics at the intersection of nineteenth-century studies and the digital humanities. Partnering with the NINES Center (Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship) at the University of Virginia, this series will be retrospective and prospective, involving not only […]