HASTAC 2011 cfp on the general theme of Digital Scholarly Communication.

HASTAC 2011 cfp on the general theme of Digital Scholarly Communication.

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
    vice versa
  • 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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Founded in 2004 at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, I-CHASS charts new ground in high-performance computing and the humanities, arts, and social sciences by creating both learning environments and spaces for digital discovery. I-CHASS presents path-breaking research, computational resources, collaborative tools, and educational programming to showcase the future of the humanities, arts, and social sciences.

For more information on I-CHASS, please visit: http://www.ichass.illinois.edu


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