Category Archives: CFPs & Conferences

CFP: Decolonizing the Digital: First Peoples’ On-Line Presence

By The Editors | December 11, 2014

From the CFP: From the use of social media during the Idle No More movement to the growth of on-line magazines and educational platforms, Canada’s First Peoples are increasingly using the internet as a space of resistance, community development, and as a platform for sharing and preserving language and tradition. The essay collection Decolonizing the […]

CFParticipation: Apply to be a new DPLA Hub

By the Editors | December 4, 2014

From the call: The Digital Public Library of America seeks applicants to serve as Service Hubs and Content Hubs in our growing national network.  The applications and corresponding instructions are available from the links below. Digital Public Library of America » Blog Archive » Apply to be a new DPLA Hub!.

CFParticipation: DH Now Editor-at-Large

By Amanda Regan | December 4, 2014

We here at Digital Humanities Now invite you to become part of our Editors-at-Large team! We are recruiting new and returning Editors-at-Large for rotations throughout Spring 2015. Editors-at-Large monitor the work of the digital humanities community by reviewing our aggregated RSS feeds from blogs, websites, and Twitter, as well as your own networks, to nominate content for distribution through DHNow and […]

CFP: Taylor’s World Conference | S.C. Williams Library

By the Editors | December 4, 2014

From the call: On September 24th and 25th, 2015, Stevens Institute of Technology will be hosting a conference on the life and legacy of Frederick Winslow Taylor, a graduate of Stevens who is widely recognized as the father of scientific management. The event marks the centennial of Taylor’s death in 1915, and will explore both […]

CFP: New Directions in the Humanities Conference

By the Editors | December 2, 2014

From the announcement: The Thirteenth International Conference on New Directions in the Humanities will be held at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver Campus, June 17-19, 2015. The call for papers  includes a “Special Focus for 2015: From the Digital Humanities to a Humanities of the Digital” Source: CFP: New Directions in the Humanities Conference

CFP: New Tech + Renaissance Studies @ RSA2016

By the Editors | December 2, 2014

From the call for papers: A CFP for RSA 2016, 31 March – 2 April, Boston MA We welcome proposals for papers, panels, and or poster / demonstration / workshop presentations on new technologies and their impact on research, teaching, publishing, and beyond, in the context of Renaissance Studies.  Examples of the many areas considered […]

CFParticipation: Institute for Community College Digital Humanists: Beyond Pockets of Innovation, Toward a Community of Practice

By the Editors | November 20, 2014

A one-week institute for community college faculty to engage with new digital methods, tools and practices for humanities teaching and scholarship. Participants will work with experts to translate current theory and practice in DH for the unique learning needs of community college students in open-access institutional contexts. Ultimately, this institute, which includes a public keynote […]

Resource: Digital Campus » Episode #109 – What Do Fabio and Naked Laptops Have in Common?

By Dan Cohen, Tom Scheinfeldt, Stephen Robertson, and T. Mills Kelly | November 20, 2014

This Digital Campus episode was recorded live by Chris Preperato during Friday’s second afternoon session of the RRCHNM’s 20th Anniversary Conference and was produced by Anne Ladyem McDivitt and Alyssa Toby Fahringer. Mills Kelly, Stephen Robertson, and Tom Scheinfeldt joined host Dan Cohen to recap the earlier sessions of the day, including discussions on failure, ECHO, History Makers, […]

CFP: “Born-Digital: Reformatting Humanities in the 21st Century,” March 20-21, 2015, University of Miami, Miami, FL

By the Editors | November 18, 2014

From the announcement: In Born-Digital: Understanding the First Generation of Digital Natives (2008), John Palfrey and Urs Gasser explore how the proliferation of new technologies informs the perceived realities of “digital natives” (those born in the digital age) and the “digital immigrants” who have experienced the movement toward digitization during their lifetime.  Differences among members […]

Digital Literary Studies | International Conference

CFP: Digital Literary Studies

By the Editors | November 18, 2014

From the post: ‘Digital Literary Studies’ is an international conference exploring methods, tools, objects and digital practices in the field of literary studies. The digitization of artifacts and literary practices, the adoption of computational methods for aggregating, editing and analyzing texts as well as the development of collaborative forms of research and teaching through networking […]