Proposals are currently being accepted for the University of Kansas Digital Humanities Forum, to be held September 12 & 13, 2014, in Lawrence, Kansas. Formats include papers, posters, panel sessions and workshops, and proposals should be 500 words or less. Possible topics include
- Network visualizations or network analysis tools and methods that further humanistic research;
- The human and processes of identity in the networked environment;
- How nodes and networks have descriptive and explanatory power in humanistic research (and are not just DH fetish objects);
- Dynamics of multidimensional data;
- Social media and networks;
- New scholarship through the use of human or machine networks (e.g. crowdsourcing, linked open data);
- Collaborative scholarly networks across space, time and disciplinary knowledge;
- Innovative developments in scholarly communication in a networked world (altmetrics, open peer review, collaborative authoring);
- The implications for humanities scholarship and pedagogy in a global, digitally networked world;
- Prosopographical approaches to history illuminating spatial, temporal, conceptual or other networked relationships, and related topics.
Deadline is June 30, 2014.