Digital Humanities Quarterly has released a call for proposals for a special issue of the journal, highlighting digital humanities work in Spanish. This issue will be “the first of several planned for DHQ in different languages or regional traditions.” Submissions will be anonymously peer reviewed, with editors looking for:
- The scholarly contribution of the article.
- The originality of the work presented.
- Critical-methodological approach beyond a description of the project.
- Rigor and respect for editorial standards.
- Knowledge of Digital Humanities standards and precedents.
Submissions must be in Spanish, with a maximum of 25 pages double-spaced. The deadline to submit articles is January 30, 2016.
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