We are currently seeking submissions for a proposed MLA 17 special session, “That’s Not How Scholarship Works: Exploring the Process of Multimodal Critical Making.” This session will gather an interdisciplinary group of scholars and editors who engage with critical making as scholarship to reveal their process: the post-it notes, sketches, planning, code experiments, and non-linear piecing together…

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This workshop (Washington DC, June 14 – 15), with the generous support of the National Science Foundation, Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada, the Internet Archive, Rutgers University, and the University of Waterloo, presents an opportunity to collaboratively unleash our web collections, exploring cutting-edge research tools while fostering a broad-based consensus on future directions in web…

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The 7th annual Digital Media and Learning Conference is being held October 5-7, 2016. This international gathering brings together a vibrant and diverse community of innovators, thinkers, and progressive educators to delve into leading-edge topics in digital media and learning. We build connections across research, design, and practice in the service of progressive, equitable, and…

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The 35th Annual West Indian Literature Conference highlights the significance of the archive in Caribbean literary and cultural studies. We invite papers that explore the centrality of the archive in Caribbean literature, and the conceptual, practical, spatial, and technological aspects of archival projects We invite papers that explore the centrality of the archive in Caribbean…

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The Digital Innovation Lab and Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative will host an introductory Prospect workshop from 1:00 pm until 2:30 pm, Wednesday, February 10th and Thursday, February 11th in Greenlaw 431. This workshop is open to anyone interested in using Prospect, the data visualization platform developed in the Digital Innovation Lab. Read full CFP here.

We have seen increasing interest in the development of digital scholarship centers, often in academic libraries, in recent years. CNI has been active in featuring sessions about these centers at our membership meetings and issuing reports and articles on the topic. Our latest initiative is this workshop, which will provide a range of models for…

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Carrie Anderson and Catherine Walsh are looking to put a DH panel together for this conference. The session, “Visualizing the Early Modern World in Digital Space and Time,” invites digital projects—at any stage—that attempt to imagine the ways in which aspects of the early modern world can be visualized in digital spaces. We are particularly interested…

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How to Do Things With Millions of Words will bring together an interdisciplinary group of researchers for an intensive two-day meditation on the theoretical and technical challenges pertaining to macro-scale textual analysis. Participants at all levels of technical experience are warmly welcome! We aim to convene a robust, diverse conversation that will engage everyone from…

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The Keystone Digital Humanities Conference will be held at the University of Pittsburgh on June 22-24, 2016. Please see the CFP and submit your proposals here. The proposals/abstracts are due February 1, 2016. The program will consist of long presentations (20 minutes), short presentations (7 minutes), project showcases (10 minutes) and workshops (various lengths) in all areas of…

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