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CFP: Innovation Award, The Library Company of Philadelphia

From the CFP: The Library Company of Philadelphia Innovation Award will be awarded to a project that critically and creatively expands the possibilities of humanistic scholarship. The recipient will be selected by a committee of leaders in higher education, grant-awarding organizations, and research libraries and cultural heritage institutions, and the award will include a $2,000…

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CFP: Special Issue of Intertexts – Epistemology as Border(land)s in the Age of Globalization

From the CFP: From Anzaldúa’s Borderlands/La Frontera poetics (1987) of articulating reformulations and provisional syntheses, to new technological pathways for infinite distribution across different borders (e.g., social media, gaming), to the recently discussed epistemological rupture in the Anthropocene, epistemology as border(land)s in the age of globalization thus provides powerful discursive and aesthetic strategies for cultural…

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CFP: Digital Humanities Forum 2019

From the CFP: Now in its ninth year, the Digital Humanities Forum brings together faculty, graduate students, and undergraduate students from the University of Kansas and beyond to celebrate and explore digital scholarship as a diverse and growing field of humanist inquiry. This year, the theme of the Forum is: Bodies, Justice, Futures. With this…

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CFP: The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy

From the CFP: The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy is accepting submissions for its fall 2019 general issue until May 15, 2019. The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy (JITP) seeks scholarly work that explores the intersection of technology with teaching, learning, and research. We are interested in contributions that take advantage of the affordances of digital…

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CFP: Humans Are Underrated – Art & Labor in the Amazon Economy

From the CFP: This special issue of Media-N seeks submissions that examine the role of art, and specifically new media art, in addressing the ongoing transformation of human labor in an economy dominated by corporate tech behemoths like Amazon, and by extension, how this transformation impacts the meaning and significance of artistic labor. We seek…

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CFP: Workshop on Computational Approaches to Historical Language Change

From the CFP: The workshop will be co-located with ACL 2019 in Florence, July 29th – August 2nd, 2019… Characterizing the time-varying nature of language will have broad implications and applications in multiple fields including linguistics, artificial intelligence, digital humanities, computational cognitive and social sciences. In this workshop, we will bring together the world’s pioneers and experts…

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Conference: Personal Digital Archiving 2019

About the conference: The University of Pittsburgh is pleased to host the Personal Digital Archiving conference, to be held in Pittsburgh, PA from May 2-4, 2019. Personal Digital Archiving is an annual conference dedicated to the exploration of issues related to individual and community records in all digital forms. It is interdisciplinary and inclusive in…

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CFP: Libraries As Research Partner in Digital Humanities, DH 2019 Preconference

From the CFP: This full-day pre-conference, to be held in The Hague on 8 July, aims to address the complexities of positioning libraries (and other CHOs) as digital humanities research partners. The question of CHOs and librarians as service providers or partners is a well-established, rich territory, with implications for labour and status. However, many…

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Conference: Digitizing the Stage

About the conference: The Centre for Digital Scholarship, Bodleian Libraries, and the Folger Shakespeare Library will convene a second conference highlighting digital explorations of early modern drama, to be held on 15-18 July 2019 at the Weston Library, Oxford. The inaugural Digitizing the Stage event in summer 2017 gathered scholars, librarians, theatre professionals, and others…

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CFP: Mapping (In)Justice Symposium in NYC

From the CFP: This symposium creates space for critically considering digital mapping as both a method and an object of analysis. Specifically, we invite submissions that analyze or utilize spatial media so as to rethink and re-present distributions of capital, power, and privilege in historical, contemporary, and speculative contexts. We center “mapping” as an organizing…

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