Ada: A Journal of Gender, New Media, and Technology invites contributions for a special issue on the conditions of women and gender studies within digital spaces and cultures around the world. Read full call for papers here.
Of the many projects that are part of the PressForward Initiative, Digital Humanities Now holds the distinguished role of being our flagship publication. With a large and ever-growing readership, DHNow serves the digital humanities community by highlighting significant pieces of scholarship, drawing attention to projects and resources, and sharing information about job and presentation opportunities. To…
We will resume our normal publishing schedule on March 19.
Regularly scheduled Tuesday and Thursday postings will resume after Labor Day. Happy First Week of Class/Last Week of Break!
Digital Humanities Now will be offline next week, May 14-18, to close out the semester. Look for our return on May 22 with a new twice-weekly publication schedule for the summer.
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We have a few items already scheduled for next week, and will resume our normal publishing schedule on March 19.
*Open Peer Review for the Journal of Digital Humanities is now closed. Thank you for your contributions.* Digital Humanities Now is pleased to announce the open access Journal of Digital Humanities (ISSN 2165-6673), forthcoming in March 2012. Select pieces are available for open peer review from February 14-29. We invite and encourage you to read, view,…