CFP: Digital Humanities Summer School 2014 at KU Leuven

New digital evolutions are increasingly affecting humanities research and education since the final quarter of the twentieth century. Online resources, data sets, electronic teaching environments, open access publishing, data visualisation and data capturing have become ubiquitous. Therefore, the KU Leuven Faculty of Arts has consciously chosen to support DH developments as part of its research policy. Following the successful DigHum 2013 edition, we are pleased to announce a third 2014 Digital Humanities initiative.

See Full Announcement and CFP Here