CALL FOR PROPOSALS: 2011 HASTAC CONFERENCE

The University of Michigan will be hosting the 2011 annual HASTAC Conference on
its Ann Arbor campus December 2 and 3.We invite proposals form presentations on
the general theme of Digital Scholarly Communication. We seek topical which may
range over but need not be restricted to the role of digital technologies in:
Reformulating scholarly projects and products. (This might include
questions of narration and argumentation, evidence and epistemology,
interactivity, and/or text/visual presentation.)
Re-mapping the routes through which scholarly products circulate.
Expanding the digital arts to include the humanities and vice versa.
Reshaping the global system of knowledge production in the humanities
in terms of access, circulation, exchange and equity within the global
north and between the global north and south.
Generating new kinds of research and teaching partnerships.
Topics may also include:
Copyright challenges and strategies for digital scholarly communication.
Web design and digitization of archives for multiple and different
constituencies (local communities, global peers).
New forms of research, digitally based, in the humanities.
The middle part of the day on both December 2 and 3 will be given over to
concurrent sessions. People may present in the following formats:
A ten minute lecture/talk with visual aids (power point etc...).
A poster project uploaded to a relevant You Tube site which will then be
discussed by the presenter(s).
A poster project demonstrated in Michigans digital studio with discussion
by the presenter(s).
Presenters will have the option of pre-circulating materials on the website before
and during the conference.
To Submit a Proposal Complete the Form: HASTAC 2011 Proposal Submission
Form Fields.
Deadline for submission is1 July.
Submit to the Institute for the Humanities website.

The University of Michigan will be hosting the 2011 annual HASTAC Conference on its Ann Arbor campus December 2 and 3, 2011.  We invite proposals for presentations on the general theme of Digital Scholarly Communication.  

Deadline for submission is July 1, 2011.  Proposals can be submitted here: 

http://tinyurl.com/HASTAC2011-Proposal


We seek topics which may range over but need not be restricted to the role of digital technologies in:

  • Reformulating scholarly projects and products. (This might include questions of narration and argumentation, evidence and epistemology, interactivity, and/or text/visual presentation.)
  • Re-mapping the routes through which scholarly products circulate.
  • Expanding the digital arts to include the humanities and vice versa.
  • Reshaping the global system of knowledge production in the humanities in terms of access, circulation, exchange and equity within the global north and between the global north and south.
  • Generating new kinds of research and teaching partnerships.

 

Topics may also include:

  • Copyright challenges and strategies for digital scholarly communication.
  • Web design and digitization of archives for multiple and different constituencies (local communities, global peers).
  • New forms of research, digitally based, in the humanities.

 

The middle part of the day on both December 2 and 3 will be given over to concurrent sessions. People may present in the following formats:

  •  A ten minute lecture/talk with visual aids (power point etc...).
  •  A poster project uploaded to a relevant You Tube site which will then be discussed by the presenter(s).
  •  A poster project demonstrated in U Michigan's digital studio with discussion by the presenter(s).

 

Presenters will have the option of pre-circulating materials on the website before and during the conference.


Deadline for submission is July 1, 2011.  Proposals can be submitted here: 

http://tinyurl.com/HASTAC2011-Proposal

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