CFP: DH2019

The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) have released the call for proposals for the 2019 Digital Humanities conference, scheduled for July 9–12, 2019 at Utrecht University in the Netherlands. The organizers welcome panels, papers, posters, workshops, and tutorials on a wide variety of DH topics, including:

  • Theoretical, epistemological, methodological or historical aspects of Digital Humanities;
  • Digital and computational approaches and applications in literary and linguistic fields, including computational text analysis, stylometry, authorship attribution, natural language processing and computational linguistics, digital philology and textual scholarship;
  • Digital and computational approaches and applications in archaeology, architecture, and art history, including image processing, 3D modeling, digital restoration;
  • Digital history, geographic information systems applications in spatial humanities and historical studies, public history;
  • Digital approaches in music, film, theatre, and media studies; electronic art and literature, games studies, hacker culture, networked communities, digital divides, digital activism, open/libre networks and software, etc.;
  • Cultural heritage, digital cultural studies and research undertaken by digital cultural institutions
  • Social, cultural, and political aspects of Digital Humanities including digital feminisms, digital indigenous studies, digital cultural and ethnic studies, digital black studies, digital queer studies, digital geopolitical studies, multilingualism and multiculturalism in DH, eco-criticism and environmental humanities as they intersect with the Digital Humanities;
  • Emerging technologies such as physical computing, single-board computers, minimal computing, wearable devices, and haptic technologies applied to humanities research;
  • Institutional aspects of DH, interdisciplinary aspects of scholarship, open science, public humanities, societal engagement and impact of DH;
  • Digital Humanities pedagogy and academic curricula;
  • Digital Research infrastructures, digital libraries and virtual research environment, critical infrastructure studies, media archaeology, etc.;
  • Any other theme pertaining to the Digital Humanities

Poster, short paper, long paper, and multiple-paper panel proposals are due November 27, 2018. Workshop and tutorial proposals are due January 10, 2019.

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