CFP: Colloquium on Digital Visualisation in the Humanities

The University of Reading has issued a call for papers on “current or recent projects, and the methods, practicalities, challenges, and goals of digital visualisation of any sort, across all humanities disciplines,” for the Data Visualisation Colloquium, to be held at Reading on March 31, 2016.

Papers are invited on current or recent projects, and the methods, practicalities, challenges, and goals of digital visualisation of any sort, across all humanities disciplines.

We hope to hear from a variety of projects and disciplinary backgrounds, and to have the opportunity for discussion as well.

Travel expenses will be payable to speakers, through the generous support of the British Academy “Rising Star” Engagement Award scheme.

Contact Elisabeth Meijer (e.h.meijer@pgr.reading.ac.uk) with questions.

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