The University of Michigan will be hosting the 2011 annual HASTAC Conference on its Ann Arbor campus December 1-3, 2011 on the general theme of Digital Scholarly Communication.
Please submit proposals for presentations, posters or demos that explore the following range of topics, including but not limited to:
- Reformulating scholarly projects and products for different audiences
- Reconsidering questions of narration and argumentation, evidence
and epistemology, interactivity, and/or text/visual presentation
- Re-mapping the routes through which scholarly products circulate and
- Expanding the digital and new media arts to include the humanities and
- Reshaping the global system of knowledge production in the humanities,
including access, circulation, exchange and equity both within the global
north and between the global north and south
- Generating new kinds of research, modes of teaching, and partnerships
- Expanding new forms of dissertations and theses
- 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 digitally based humanities research.
For more information: http://hastac2011.org/proposals/
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