ETD 2012 – Call for Papers, Presentations, Posters, Workshops. 15th International Symposium on Electronic Theses and Dissertations Lima, Peru, September 12, 13 and 14 First Announcement Call for Papers, Presentations, Posters and Workshops On behalf of The Networked Digital Library of Theses and Dissertations (NDLTD), the Universidad Nacional Mayor de San Marcos (UNMSM) and the…

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Our conference proposes to consider both the new issues facing training programs in the heritage industries and the transformations taking place on a wider scale in university and research cultures. Digital humanities suggest a new approach for studying the relations between the way heritage is defined and the manner in which digital resources circulate and are appropriated, and how they…

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For (dis)junctions 2012, we are seeking papers that explore the construction and definition of “narrative” in all its mediated and mediating forms. The word narrative is typically associated with storytelling and plot, but for this year’s conference we want to understand “narrative” as any instance of producing meaning or “truth.” In this regard, a piece…

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The first international conference on translating E-literature will take place from 12 to 14 June at the Universities of Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis and Paris 7 Diderot Denis. The conference is organized by OTNI: Objets textuels non identifiés(UTO: Unidentified Textual Objects), a research project into the evolution of textuality in the digital age. It is supported by…

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Software Studies: call for papers for the next issue of Computational Culture journal. Call For Papers Computational Culture, a journal of software studies Deadline: 30th March 2012 The new peer-reviewed open access journal Computational Culture has been launched. The first issue entitled ‘A Million Gadget Minds’ is available online at: http://computationalculture.net/ Computational Culture is now…

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Call for Submissions for the AHR Prize for the Best Digital Article.

The American Historical Review invites submissions of online works of digital historical scholarship to be considered for the newly established AHR Prize in Digital Historical Scholarship. The winning submission will be published online by Oxford University Press in April 2014 as a fully peer-reviewed, fully citable work of original scholarship and as an integral part of the AHR. It will, therefore, be included in the table of contents, along with a short abstract, in the April 2014 issue of the AHR. The deadline for submission is March 1, 2013. All entries will be considered by the editor of the AHR and reviewed and refereed by the editorial board of the AHR and by external referees.