DHCommons, a new journal from centerNet, seeks submissions for “mid-stage digital projects who wish peer review and feedback that will contribute to the project’s development,” to be included in its inaugural issue (late Fall 2014).
The DHCommons journal aims to support digital humanities scholarship by providing peer review for mid-stage digital projects. DHCommons will make visible the important work that often goes unseen in the midst of DH project development and help DH scholars claim departmental, disciplinary, and institutional credit for that labor. DHCommons intends to provide the robust and recognizable system of academic credit that scholars require.
Project statements, which may be submitted in a variety of languages, are due August 15, 2014.
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