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The Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) 2024 invites proposals for presentations (10-15 minutes) and lightning talks (5 minutes) for their Conference & Colloquium. Submissions are welcome from all members of the digital humanities community, including faculty, graduate students, undergraduates, early career scholars, independent researchers, librarians and others in the GLAM community, alt-academics, academic professionals, those in technical programs, and those new to the digital humanities. DHSI 2024 is scheduled for June 3-7 and 10-14, 2024. Proposals are due by December 15, 2023.
The International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) is hosting their annual Online Meeting to introduce newcomers to IIIF and to provide a forum for discussion and dissemination for those with experience implementing and working with IIIF in a variety of contexts. This event is intended for a wide range of participants and interested parties (e.g., digital image repository managers, content curators, software developers, scholars, and administrators at libraries, museums, cultural heritage institutions, software firms, and other organizations working with digital images and audio/visual materials). The free, virtual conference is scheduled for December 5-7, 2023.
The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) invites submissions for DH2024 from those who work in all digital humanities disciplines, methodologies, and pedagogies, including students and early career scholars. The theme for DH2024 is “Reinvention & Responsibility”. The conference is scheduled for August 6-9, 2024 at George Mason University in Arlington Virginia. Proposals are due by December 5, 2023.
The Journal of Electronic Publishing is publishing a special issue, “On Gathering: Exploring Collective and Embodied Modes of Scholarly Communication”. The issue asks: What emerges from connection, engagement, amplification, thinking-together across disciplinary spaces and ways of knowing? How do we make manifest the relationship-oriented, process-oriented modes of working that shape scholarly thought? And, conversely, how are our thoughts and ideas circumscribed by the institutional, hierarchical, and publishing structures we have inherited, as well as the tools and technologies we work with? Proposals are due by December 15, 2023.
Digital Humanities @ MSU is hosting a virtual THATCamp (“The Humanities and Technology Camp”) where students, staff, and faculty from any discipline and from all skill levels learn and build together in sessions proposed, led, and voted upon by the community. THATCamp encourages participants to share their work in impromptu discussions, workshops, and project showcases. The virtual conference is scheduled for January 12, 2024. Registration closes on January 10, 2024.
The Interactive Film and Media Annual Virtual Conference invites proposals focused on the compelling and intricate themes of “Communities – Structures – Entanglements.” These themes present a rich ground for exploration, innovation, and critical examination in the rapidly evolving interactive film and media domain. The virtual conference is scheduled for June 12-14, 2024. Proposals are due by December 18, 2023.
“Operationalizing Canonicity: A Quantitative Study of French 19th and 20th Century Literature” by Jean Barré, Jean-Baptiste Camps, and Thierry Poibeau has been published by the Journal of Cultural Analytics. Read the article at https://doi.org/10.22148/001c.88113 .
Christian Howard-Sukhil, Text & Data Mining Legal Fellow at Authors Alliance, is calling for participants for a grant-funded project that seeks to learn how academic researchers are using Text and Data Mining (TDM) in their research. Academic researchers and support staff who are willing to share their experiences will participate in a 30-45 minute Zoom conversation with Authors Alliance. Information will be kept confidential if preferred.
The University of Oregon’s Department of English invites applications for a tenure track Assistant Professor in Digital Rhetoric to begin on September 16, 2024. The successful candidate will have a PhD in English, Rhetoric, Communications, or a related interdisciplinary field. The new faculty member will join an energetic intellectual community with an established reputation in Rhetoric and Composition and emerging strengths in Digital Humanities.
The Digital Humanities Utah Executive Committee invites proposals for presentations at DHU8. Submissions may include 15-minute panel presentations, complete panels, roundtable discussions, or hands-on workshops related to any aspect of Digital Humanities research. There will also be a special session on Ethical Artificial Intelligence; six 15-minute panel presentations will be selected from the general CFP to fill two featured panels. Proposals are due by November 1, 2023. The conference is scheduled for February 23-24, 2023 at the University of Utah.