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CFP: Digital Humanities Forum 2019

The University of Kansas has released a call for abstracts for the Digital Humanities Forum 2019, presented by the Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities (IDRH), which will take place in Lawrence, KS from October 3rd-4th, 2019. The theme of the forum this year is “Bodies, Justice, Futures,” which seeks to inspire presentations on …read more

CFP: DH_BUDAPEST_2019

The Centre for Digital Humanities at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE.DH) has released a call for abstracts for its second annual conference, which will take place in Budapest from September 25th–27th, 2019. DH_Budapest_2019’s focus this year is on theories and practices of distant reading, which may be of interest to librarians and library staff who have …read more

CFP: Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) 2019

The Association for Computational Linguistics (ACL) is accepting submissions for its 57th Annual Meeting in Florence, Italy. Librarians and library staff who have worked in areas relevant to the conference, such as document analysis or multidisciplinary approaches to computational text analysis, may be interested in applying. The ways in which libraries support DH work in …read more

CFP: DLF Forum 2019

The Digital Library Federation invites proposals for the 2019 DLF Forum (October 14-16) and Learn@DLF (October 13), our pre-conference workshop day, which will be held at the beautiful Water Street Marriott in Tampa, Florida. A separate call will be issued for Digital Preservation 2019, the annual conference of the National Digital Stewardship Alliance (October 16-17, 2019). Submissions from members and nonmembers are welcome. Students, …read more

CFP: Altmetric Annual Research Grant

Since 2016, Altmetric has offered an annual research grant funding a project up to $2000 USD to support explorations on how research is shared and discussed online. For the 2019 cycle, the review panel is interested in “proposals for projects that focus on engagement with and the reach of humanities research, in all its forms.” …read more

CFP: Altmetric Annual Research Grant

Since 2016, Altmetric has offered an annual research grant funding a project up to $2000 USD to support explorations on how research is shared and discussed online. For the 2019 cycle, the review panel is interested in “proposals for projects that focus on engagement with and the reach of humanities research, in all its forms.” …read more

CFP: Open Pedagogy: Varied Definitions, Multiple Approaches

Interested authors are invited to submit chapter proposals of a forthcoming openly published book, Open Pedagogy: Varied Definitions, Multiple Approaches. Expected to be published in June 2020, the book aims to “examine library/faculty collaborative explorations into open pedagogical practices.” From the CFP: The term “open” has been heavily used in the past decade or more …read more

CFP: Open Pedagogy: Varied Definitions, Multiple Approaches

Interested authors are invited to submit chapter proposals of a forthcoming openly published book, Open Pedagogy: Varied Definitions, Multiple Approaches. Expected to be published in June 2020, the book aims to “examine library/faculty collaborative explorations into open pedagogical practices.” From the CFP: The term “open” has been heavily used in the past decade or more …read more

CFP: Libraries As Research Partner in Digital Humanities

Organizers of a DH2019 pre-conference, “Libraries as a Research Partner in Digital Humanities,” have released a call for abstracts. The full-day pre-conference, which will be held in The Hague at the Koninklijke Bibliotheek (KB, the National Library of the Netherlands) on July 8, will be comprised of workshops, and short papers, lightning talks, and panel …read more

CFP: Materia on the Move: Trade & Colonisation of Collections – Digital Studies in Provenance

Submissions are currently being accepted to participate in the workshop, “Materia on the Move: Trade & Colonisation of Collections – Digital Studies in Provenance,” which will take place in conjunction with the 2019 Digital Humanities Conference, to be held July 9-12 in Utrecht, The Netherlands. From the call: This workshop aims to bring together researchers …read more

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