CALL FOR PAPERS:
Proposals are now being accepted for presentations at the DHSI colloquium for the digital humanities, to be held in June 2014 at the University of Victoria.
Open to all DHSI attendees, the colloquium starts on the second day of the institute and takes place during sessions that begin each day. Presentations will be informal and will take the form of brief, high-impact demonstrations and presentations (5 minutes). This chance in format reflects and facilitates the divers, dynamic, and exciting research that continues to spur the growth of the DHSI community. The colloquium welcomes presentations by individuals and teams of two or more presenters.
We invite proposals of 200-300 words for these presentations. Successful proposals will focus on specific applications, aspects and/or cases of digital humanities research, as opposed to general issues pertaining to the digital humanities. Topics may include, but are not limited to, the scholar’s role in personal and institutional research projects, tool application and development, perspectives on digital humanities implications for the individual’s own research and pedagogy, etc. Submissions are welcome from emerging and established scholars alike (including, but not limited to, graduate students; early career scholars and humanities scholars who are new to the digital humanities; librarians, and those in cultural heritage; alt-academics; academic professionals; and those in technical programs).
Submissions are welcome as either short 5-minute dynamic presentations, or as 5-minute project demonstrations.
Please submit abstracts via https://www.easychair.org/conferences/?conf=dhsi2014. Deadline for submissions is January 15, 2014. Submissions will be peer-reviewed, with authors being notified by late February 2014. For more information, contact Mary Galvin (firstname.lastname@example.org) and/or James O’Sullivan (email@example.com), or alternatively firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria provides an ideal environment for discussing and learning about new computing technologies, and how they are influencing the work of those in the Arts, Humanities and Library communities. The Institute takes place across a week of intensive coursework, seminar participation, and lectures. It brings together faculty, staff, and graduate students from different areas of the Arts, Humanities, Library, and Archives communities. During the DHSI, we share ideas and methods, and develop expertise in applying advanced technologies to our teaching, research, dissemination, and preservation. For more information seewww.dhsi.org.
In recent years, courses have filled up quickly. We encourage applicants interested in attending the DHSI to register as soon as possible. A number of sponsored tuition scholarships are also available. Registrations and applications for tuition scholarships are currently being accepted.