Category Archives: CFPs & Conferences

CFP: Workshop on Semantic Web for Scientific Heritage

By The Editors | February 26, 2015

From the announcement: The first Workshop on Semantic Web for Scientific Heritage will be held in conjunction with the 12th ESWC 2015 Conference on June 1, in Portoroz, Slovenia and will provide a leading international and interdisciplinary forum for disseminating the latest research in the field of Semantic Web for the study of pre-modern scientific […]

CFP: Pre-Conference Workshops Graduate and Professional Student Association (GAPSA)

By The Editors | February 24, 2015

From the announcement: On Thursday, March 19, GAPSA will host a number of pre-conference workshops. Although the workshops are open to all, GAPSA encourages workshop participants to attend the conference on Friday also. DH Bridge DH Bridge is designed to encourage a diverse coding community in the digital humanities and so is open to scholars […]

CFP: Black Code Studies

By The Editors | February 17, 2015

The editors of this special issue argue black studies, activism, and life online and off have reached a critical point of convergence. Technology has irrevocably changed the way artists, activists, scholars, and users rage against codes and binaries of race and tech. People of African descent around the world have appropriated digital and social media […]

CFP: Workshops on XML and Library Metadata and XSLT in Washington, D.C.

By the Editors | February 12, 2015

From the announcement: The workshops will be taught by experienced XML instructors and developers Matthew Gibson, director of digital initiatives at the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities at the University of Virginia, and Christine Ruotolo, digital services manager for humanities and social sciences at the University of Virginia Library. Source: Workshops on XML and Library […]

CFP: CrossRef: Join us for the first CrossRef Taxonomies Webinar

By the Editors | February 10, 2015

From the announcement: The CrossRef Taxonomy Interest Group is a collaboration among publishers, and sponsored by CrossRef, to share the Knowledge Models they are using, creating opportunities for standardization, collaboration and interoperability. Please join the webinar to get an introduction to the work this group is doing, use cases for the information collected and learn […]

CFP: DHCommons Journal

By the Editors | February 10, 2015

From the CFP: Deadline for Submissions – March 9, 2015 The DHCommons Journal seeks submissions for a section dedicated to procedural descriptions of how to launch and/or maintain an exemplary aspect of a stable digital project. We encourage you to emphasize in your submission a component of the project that came out particularly well and/or […]

CFP: ‘Accessible Future’ Workshop in Atlanta, GA

By the Editors | February 5, 2015

From the announcement: This NEH-funded 2-day workshop workshop is intended for humanists, librarians, information scientists, and cultural heritage professionals who wish to learn about technologies, design standards, and accessibility issues associated with the use of digital technologies. Instructors include (in alphabetical order) Jeremy Boggs, Cory Bohon, Dan Brown, Jen Guiliano, Tina Herzberg, James Smith and […]

CFP: 2016 MLA: Readers, Viewers, Listeners, Users (March 2015)

By The Editors | January 29, 2015

From the CFP: What ever happened to readers, and do they have a future? For all the work that has been done on the state of reading in today’s world, the audience remains a problem. Or does it? In film studies, a discipline once entwined with literary scholarship, archival research on historical audiences continues unabated; […]

CFP: Digital Approaches to Hebrew Manuscripts

By The Editors | January 29, 2015

From the CFP: Date: Monday 18th – Tuesday 19th May 2015 We are delighted to announce the Call for Papers for “On the Same Page: Digital Approaches to Hebrew Manuscripts”. This two-day conference will explore the potential for the computer-assisted study of Hebrew manuscripts, present developments in the field and share methodologies. Of course, for […]