IMPACT, VARIATION, INNOVATION, ACTION
May 11-15, 2016
Nexus Lab, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ
If the digital humanities are one successful configuration of humanistic and technological research domains, what other configurations are available, resurgent, or necessary? HASTAC 2016 will investigate collectively the potential for new work, and also encourages participants to engage ways that collaborative teams might use channels beyond academic publication to impact local communities, national conversations, or worldwide systems.
Call for Papers due November 1, 2015
HASTAC's 2016 conference seeks proposals for papers and presentations that emphasize work in digital, environmental, and medical domains, as well as pathbreaking work that expands the possibilities for new interdisciplinary configurations. Through this agenda, HASTAC 2016 will present research that impacts and intersects with the concerns of local communities, national conversations, or worldwide systems.
The program committee is currently accepting proposals for the following formats: Long papers (10 minutes), Short papers (5 minutes), Hands-on or interactive sessions(1 hour), Birds of a feather sessions (1 hour), and Custom Sessions.
All proposals are due November 1, 2015. Please submit abstracts of no more than 300 words to EasyChair.
The HASTAC Team has coordinated with the HASTAC 2016 Organizing Committee to archive all conference materials here.