CFP: Debates in the Digital Humanities 2017

Debates in the Digital Humanities seeks to anthologize the best new work in the digital humanities (DH) each year. Submissions should take an argumentative stance, advocating clearly and explicitly from a particular point of view. Scholars and practitioners from across the disciplines (regardless of rank, position, or institutional affiliation) are invited to submit 300-word abstracts on these or other topics by November 2, 2015 to the series editor, Matthew K. Gold ( and associate editor, Lauren Klein (

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