Category Archives: CFPs & Conferences

CFParticipation: RRCHNM’s 20th Anniversary Conference

By The Editors | October 16, 2014

RRCHNM’s 20th anniversary is now only one month away. Over 100 people have registered to attend the free, two-day event on November 14 and 15. There is still time to join us – details and the registration form can be found here. More details of the schedule will be released soon. As part of lead-up to the conference, […]

CFParticipation: American Antiquarian Society

By The Editors | October 16, 2014

From the CFP: The American Antiquarian Society is launching a new initiative with a conference and workshop to explore critical, historical, and practical challenges of archival research and access, offering project-based development and discussion focused on the AAS’s unparalleled holdings in pre-1876 books, manuscripts, newspapers, and graphic arts. The two-day conference will open up questions […]

CFParticipation: DPLA: DPLA and DigitalNZ Present GIF IT UP, an International GIF-making Competition

By The Editors | October 14, 2014

From the announcement: It’s a public domain celebration! The Digital Public Library of America and DigitalNZ are very excited to announce the launch of GIF IT UP, an international competition over the next six weeks to find the best GIFs reusing public domain and openly licensed digital video, images, text, and other material available via our search portals. The winners […]

CFParticipation: On the Digital Practices in History and Ethnography Interest Group

By The Editors | October 14, 2014

From the CFP: New members are invited to join the Digital Practices in History and Ethnography Interest Group (DPHE-IG) in the Research Data Alliance (RDA), an international initiative to facilitate the development of effective data practices, standards, and infrastructure in particular research areas, and across research areas–aiming to enhance capacity to archive, preserve, analyze, and […]

CFP: Building Undergraduate-Centered #DH Programs

By The Editors | October 9, 2014

Starting from Scratch: Building Undergraduate-Centered #DH Programs at DH2015 in Sydney, Australia, June 29th to July 3rd, 2015 As Digital Studies, Humanities and Liberal Arts grow as fields, institutions are beginning to build digital curricula centered on undergraduate education.  These programs are often driven by interest in digital scholarship and the unique needs of each […]

CFP: CNI Fall 2014

By The Editors | October 7, 2014

The submission deadline for the Coalition for Networked Information’s fall 2014 membership meeting is fast approaching! The meeting will be held December 8-9 in Washington, DC. Proposals for project briefings are due no later than next Monday, October 13. Read the full CFP here.

CFP: Digital Humanities Area, Southwest Popular/American Culture Association

By the Editors | October 2, 2014

From the Call for Papers: The DH area is seeking papers (approximately 15 minutes in length) that explore the practical, pedagogical, and theoretical issues stemming from the use of Web technologies and other computing techniques and applications to enhance the study of the humanities, particularly popular and American culture studies. What are some of the […]

CFP: ELO 2015 Conference – Bergen, Norway

By The Editors | September 30, 2014

From the call for contributions for the ELO 2015 Conference – Bergen, Norway: The End(s) of Electronic Literature: The 2015 Electronic Literature Organization conference and festival will take place August 5-7th 2015. The theme of the 2015 Electronic Literature Organization conference and festival is “The End(s) of Electronic Literature.” Source: Call for Contributions: ELO 2015 […]

CFP: Digital Studies Special Issue

By The Editors | September 9, 2014

The Canadian Society for Digital Humanities/Société canadienne des humanités numériques will be publishing a refereed selection of papers from its May 2014 Digital Humanities Without Borders meeting at Brock University in Digital Studies/Le champ numériques. The issue will be edited by the program chairs, Geoffrey Rockwell and Michael Sinatra. The publication of this special issue is scheduled for Summer of 2015. Read […]

CFP: Theorizing the Digital Humanities — An Anthology

By The Editors | September 4, 2014

Theorizing the Digital Humanities is an invitation to unpack, critique and analyze the impact of digital media on the study of the humanities.  This anthology is not for the outlining or presentation of specific projects or praxis, but rather a means by which we can theorize about this emerging field.  Our goal for this edition […]