CFP: Debates in the Digital Humanities (Deadline for Abstracts: 2/2/15)

Monday, February 2, 2015 (All day)
Dear Colleagues,
 
We're excited to announce that Debates in the Digital Humanities, a book originally published in 2012 by the University of Minnesota Press in print and on an open-access interactive web platform, is now a book series from Minnesota. By identifying ideas and discussions as they emerge, and by providing a platform through which conversations can unfold and be preserved, the series will highlight key tensions that are shaping the digital humanities (DH). 
 
The series will have two major components: the Debates in the Digital Humanities Annual, which will highlight conversations that have influenced the field during a given year, and books on special topics that warrant more focused and extended discussion. New pieces will be published on both the open-access web platform and in print, ebook, and serial forms.
 
We would be glad to see articles that explored the range of topics discussed on the AIR-L list We have recently issued CFPs for two upcoming collections that we hope you will consider:
 
Debates in the Digital Humanities 2015 (Abstract Deadline: 2/2/15)
Matthew K. Gold and Lauren F. Klein, Editors
Debates in the Digital Humanities seeks to anthologize the best new work in the digital humanities each year. 
 
Making Humanities Matter (Abstract Deadline: 4/3/15)
Jentery Sayers, Editor
This volume in the Debates in the Digital Humanities Series examines the arts and humanities in an age of programmable worlds and digital/analog convergence. 
 
For more information about these volumes or the series please see this page - http://dhdebates.gc.cuny.edu/news or feel free to get in touch via email.
 
Best,
 
Matthew K. Gold, Series Editor (mgold@gc.cuny.edu) and 
Lauren F. Klein, Associate Series Editor (lauren.klein@lmc.gatech.edu)
 
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Matthew K. Gold, Ph.D.
Executive Officer, M.A. Program in Liberal Studies
Associate Professor of English & Digital Humanities
Advisor to the Provost for Digital Initiatives
City Tech & Graduate Center, City University of New York
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