The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) invites contributions of proposals for its annual conference, Digital Humanities 2020: “Carrefours/Intersections”. We especially welcome members of the HASTAC network!
The conference will be held July 20-25, 2020 at Carleton University and the University of Ottawa in Ottawa, Canada. Conference Submissions will be welcomed from August 15- October 15, 2019. More details are available at dh2020.adho.org.
The theme of the 2020 conference is “Carrefours/Intersections,” a place where roads or streets meet. We specifically invite proposals that relate to our sub-disciplinary conference interests: First Nations, Native American, and Indigenous Studies; public digital humanities; and the open data movement. We welcome all who identify themselves as working in the broad variety of disciplines, methodologies, and pedagogies that the digital humanities encompasses.
Submissions may include:
Posters (abstract 250-500 words)
Lightning talks (5 minutes; abstract 200-250 words)
Short presentations (10 minutes; abstract 250-500 words)
Long presentations (20 minutes; abstract 750-1000 words)
Panels (90 minutes; abstract 250 words + 300-500 word overview)
Forums (90 minutes; abstract 500 words)
Pre-conference workshops and tutorials (2 hours or 4 hours; 250-word overview plus syllabus and/or relevant existing tutorials)
In addition, we welcome nominations for the following:
Questions related to this announcement should be directed to the DH2020 Program Chairs, Laura Estill and Jennifer Guiliano at email@example.com