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The Journal of Electronic Publishing is calling for proposals for a special issue on publishing and climate change. The special issue invites abstracts for papers of ~6,000-8,000 words reflecting on these issues as well as examples of best (and worst) practices of how publishers (and the industry as a whole) are tackling the current climate and ecological crises, alongside theoretical contributions on publishing’s entanglement with the climate crisis, the Anthropocene, and global capitalism. Proposals are due by April 30, 2024.
The call for proposals is now open for the 24th Annual Meeting of Text Encoding Initiative Consortium (TEI). The conference topic, “Texts, languages, and communities”, aims at highlighting the global outreach of the TEI together with its local adaptations and bringing us together as a diverse and multilingual community, where the exchange of experiences and shared learning will help us reflect on the texts we investigate, the languages we use, and the communities we create. The conference is scheduled for October 7-11, 2024 at Universidad del Salvador (USAL), Buenos Aires, Argentina.
Applications are open for the 6th edition of the Summer School in Digital Humanities and Digital Communication, hosted by the University of Modena and Reggio Emilia. The summer school aims to provide PhD students and young researchers with methodological tools for the study of digital communication and data analysis. This year’s focus is on challenges and opportunities of interacting through technology. The summer school is scheduled for June 3-7, 2024 in Modena, Emilia Romagna, Italy. Applications are due by March 28, 2024.
Ancient MakerSpaces, AIA/SCS 2025 is calling for proposals for a collaborative, interactive forum showcasing digital ancient scholarship through presentations and live project demonstrations. Submissions are welcome for digital tools, platforms, repositories, or techniques for engaging with ancient texts and material culture. Whether in the context of research, outreach, or teaching, digital work in all stages of planning and completion are welcome: in-progress or unpublished builds, published projects, and those left glitching or unfinished. The showcase is scheduled for January 2-5, 2025 in Philadelphia, PA. Proposals are due by March 13, 2024.
DH@Guelph Summer Workshops are calling for proposals for 4-day workshops on any aspect of Digital Humanities. Proposals will be selected by the local organizing committee with a view to maintaining the workshops’ emphasis on diversity in the digital humanities, meeting demand for particular topics, and instructor experience and qualifications. DH@Guelph is scheduled for May 14-17, 2024. Proposals are due by March 5, 2024.
Proposals for 30-minute presentations are now open for the inaugural Texas Digital Humanities Symposium. The symposium seeks proposals which address any of the following aspects: DH Content: Diverse Perspectives, DH Tools: Practical Empowerment, Teaching and Classroom Integration: Real-World Impact, and Research Challenges: Navigating the Unknown. The symposium is scheduled for September 5-6, 2024 at Baylor University. Proposals are due by March 20, 2024.
Proposals are being accepted for the Workshop on Machine Learning for Ancient Languages (ML4AL 2024). The Workshop aims to inspire collaboration and support research momentum in the emerging field of Machine Learning for the study of ancient texts. Submissions which tackle low-data, underrepresented, non-Western ancient languages are welcome. The workshop will take place in a hybrid format in Bangkok, Thailand on August 15, 2024. Proposals are due by May 17, 2024.
Proposals are now open for the 2025 MLA Convention panel “Invisible Labor: supporting emerging technologies in academic institutions”. Panelists might discuss the challenges in supporting emerging technologies such as but not limited to: immersive technologies (AR/VR), AI/LLMs, 3D scanning/printing, digital mapping/GIS, and digital storytelling platforms. The MLA 2025 Convention is scheduled for January 9-12, 2025 in New Orleans. Proposals are due by March 7, 2024.
Proposals are now being accepted for the “Digital Kafka” International Symposium. This symposium aims to focus on research, teaching, and creative approaches that either make use of digital tools to analyze Kafka’s work or use digital platforms to share and disseminate parts of Kafka’s oeuvre and its analyses. The symposium will take place at Georgetown University in Washington, D.C. on November 1-2, 2024. Proposals are due by March 29, 2024.
Trinity College is calling for applications for two Instructional Technologists for The Digital Learning & Scholarship Group. They are particularly interested in applicants in the areas of virtual/augmented reality, GIS, data analytics/visualization, maker technologies, high performance computing, generative AI and digital scholarship. Instructional Technologists will work with Trinity programs, departments, faculty, and students.