CFP: Journal of Open Humanities Data

The Journal of Open Humanities Data invites submissions for publications “describing humanities data, software, and ontologies with high potential for reuse.” The journal, an open-access and peer-reviewed publication, has an open call for:

1. Metapapers describe humanities research objects with high reuse potential. This might include quantitative and qualitative data, software, algorithms, maps, simulations, ontologies etc. These are short (1000 word) highly structured narratives and must conform to the Metapaper template.

2. Full length research papers that describe different methods used to create, process, evaluate, or curate humanities research objects. These are intended to be longer narratives (3,000 – 5,000 words) which give authors the ability to describe a research object and its creation in greater detail than a traditional publication.

Visit the journal’s website for details about the submission process.

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