CFParticipation: Take the NDSA 2017 Web Archiving Survey

The National Digital Stewardship Alliance (NDSA) has announced its fourth survey of web archiving practices, part of a longitudinal study designed to: [T]rack the evolution of web archiving programs and activity in the United States, focusing on similarities and differences in programmatic approaches, types of content being archived, tools and services being used, access modes ...

CFP: Europeana Research Grants Programme 2017

Europeana invites submissions for the Europeana Research Grants Programme of the academic year 2017-2018 to support digital humanities projects that use Europeana collections and data. Applications are open to early career scholars, doctoral students and postgraduates in the humanities, social sciences, or archival and information sciences fields. Projects are funded for one to six months. ...

CFP: DH Pedagogy and Praxis Roundtable (DH2018)

The Praxis Network, a loosely affiliated group of institutions using digital humanities to “rethink the nature of student training, campus partnerships, and pedagogy,” has issued a call for proposals for a DH Pedagogy and Praxis Roundtable, to be held at Digital Humanities 2018 (June 26–29, Mexico City). Possible topics include: What is the state of ...

CFP: Newberry Open Data Grant: French Pamphlets

The Newberry Library released a call for project proposals for their Open Data Grant to support digital humanities research with their French pamphlets: From the Newberry Open Data Grant website: To help support innovative scholarship using digital technologies, the Newberry Library invites proposals for projects incorporating open-access full-text data files from its French Revolution Pamphlets Digital ...

CFP: Our (Digital) Humanity: Storytelling, Media Organizing and Social Justice

Lehigh University has released a call for session proposals for “Our (Digital) Humanity: Storytelling, Media Organizing and Social Justice,” scheduled for April 20–22, 2018, in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. From the call: Sessions may be proposed under one of the conference’s six tracks.  A track is a series of sessions connected by a shared theme; in this ...

CFP: Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries

Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries is hosting a conference from March 7–9, 2018, in Helsinki, Finland. The organizers are particularly interested in submissions that address the following areas: History While the number of researchers describing themselves as digital historians is increasing, computational approaches to history have rarely captured the attention of those without innate ...

CFP: PMLA Varieties of Digital Humanities

Publications of the Modern Language Association has a released a call for submissions for its upcoming special topic issue, “Varieties of Digital Humanities,” coordinated by Alison Booth (University of Virginia) and Miriam Posner (University of California, Los Angeles). From the call: Digital humanities (DH) may not be a full-fledged discipline, but it has advanced beyond ...

CFParticipation: Archives Hashtag Party

The National Archives has announced an ongoing Archives Hashtag Party through December, and they have released an open call for Libraries, Archives, Galleries, and Museums to participate: You’re invited to the Archives Hashtag Party! Come hang out on social media and share highlights from your collections around a different theme each month. We want to ...

CFParticipation: Introducing the DLF Metadata Support Group

In a post on the Digital Library Federation (DLF) blog, Julie Hardesty (Indiana University), Anna Neatrour (University of Utah), Bria Parker (University of Maryland), and Liz Woolcott (Utah Sate University) introduce the DLF Metadata Support Group, launched informally in 2016, as a resource for metadata and project management practitioners. DLF affiliation is not required for participating ...

CFP: Graphics and Cultural Heritage (GCH)

The 15th EUROGRAPHICS Workshop on Graphics and Cultural Heritage will be held in Graz, Austria, September 27-29, 2017. It aims to foster an international dialogue between ICT experts and CH scientists to advance the understanding of critical requirements for processing, managing, and delivering cultural information to a broad audience. A call for papers is currently open. Submission deadlines ...

CFParticipation: The Santa Barbara Statement on Collections as Data

The project team for “Always Already Computational: Collections as Data” has invited participation from “librarians, archivists, museum professionals, researchers, journalists, artists, educators, and data producers” in the development of the Santa Barbara Statement on Collections as Data. The Statement, framed as a “foundation that guides us all as we explore what collections as data looks like ...