The second annual Texas Digital Humanities Conference has issued a call for papers for its second annual conference, to be held April 9-11, 2015, in Arlington, Texas. As the call specifies: “This conference encourages submissions from a broad spectrum of communities: university and K-12 educators, graduate students, and undergrads; museum and archives professionals; library professionals; and independent scholars.” Possible topics for presentations and poster sessions include:
- Digital humanities in the classroom: K-12 or higher ed
- Funding digital humanities at your institution
- Sourcing DH projects: how & where to find what/whom you need to do your DH project
- GIS and humanities
- Starting and sustaining a DH lab space
- Locating the edge of digital in broaders ways that impact humanities
- Current DH projects in different humanities disciplines
- Interdisciplinary DH: pitfall or career boost?
The submission deadline is January 10, 2015.
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