From the CFP: Digital Humanities Quarterly invites submissions for a special issue on creative pedagogical approaches in the instruction of information visualization. Contributions are invited on methodologies, tools, and resources that practitioners have used to teach any facet of information visualization, which may include (but is not limited to) best practices in design, the use…

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From the CFP: African American Studies and Research Center is interested in exploring the relationship between the digital humanities and Africana/Black epistemological frameworks that ask, “What Does It Mean to Be Human?” We seek papers and panels on topics related to our understanding of digital humanities. Topics may include, but are not limited to: Digital…

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From the CfP: This coming year will mark the fourth meeting of the International Conference Series on Games and Literary Theory at Jagiellonian University in Krakow, Poland. Having hosted the previous two meetings, we have witnessed a rich diversity of scholarship claiming this interdisciplinary field. Yet, we have also noted in the breadth of approaches…

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From the CfP: We invite proposals that explore or critique digital modes of scholarly, cultural, and political intersectionality. Special consideration will be given to proposals that demonstrate how crossing institutional boundaries, whether within or beyond the university, can facilitate the expansion of borders, broadly conceived. Find out more

From the announcement: Close, distant, scaleable, surface, hyper, machine-assisted. On paper, on screens, or not at all. Questions about how people read – how they read in the past, how they read in the present and how they might read in the future – fundamentally concern all humanistic disciplines. Find out more: CFP: Reading beyond…

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From the CFP: This edited volume seeks to shift national conversations about the “crisis” in the arts and humanities to one that bespeaks of “rise” and “renaissance.” Toward this goal, writers are encouraged to portrait thinkers and doers of our time (in the US)—individuals, groups, organizations, businesses, and fields not traditionally associated with the arts…

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