CFP: Practices in the Digital Humanities Book Series

Proposals are now being accepted for “Practices in the Digital Humanities,” a new series of short, practice-based books on the digital humanities from digitalculturebooks, an imprint of Michigan Publishing.

More about the series:

This book series is focused on the practices of the digital humanities by providing best practices, models, case studies, and examples of how to build to standards, architect experiences, manage systems, and manage projects. Bringing together experts from across the digital humanities, this series will be written by digital humanities scholars for digital humanities scholars. This series will also provide digital humanities graduate students with a much-needed source for the practice of digital humanities. This book series will fill a major need for books on practice from the digital humanities perspective by providing specific examples of how to design, develop, and maintain digital humanities projects.

Books for this series should be short (no more than 100 pages). Each project should also include digital materials (e.g., templates, code sets, etc.) for readers to download and use. As indicated by the name of the series, we are looking for more practical/methodological works than critical works. Our goal for this series is to provide a collection of reference works for digital humanists. Our audience includes graduate students and those new to digital humanities, as well as practitioners who are more experienced.

Proposals should be submitted to Editorial Director Aaron McCollough (amccollo[at]

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