CFP: Places, Spaces, Sites, Mapping Critical Intersections in Digital Humanities

Notions of place, space, and site are theorized and put into practice in distinct ways across various academic fields. Spatial technologies and location services and tools, along with the rise of geo-humanities work, are bringing the tensions among ideas of place, space, and site to the surface. The 2016 DH Forum seeks to explore the intersections, mutual critiques and/or coincidences among fields, and their practices and conceptual tenets.

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