Digital Frontiers is seeking proposals for their 2016 conference, to be held September 22-24 at Rice University. The conference theme is “Celebrating Communities of Practice in Digital Humanities,” and possible topics include:
- Transdisciplinary perspectives from new media, art and art history, STEAM and STEM, GLAM
- Lessons learned retrospective about digital humanities project successes/failures
- Evaluation, assessment, outcomes
- Community support through digital initiatives
- Conceptual research project discussions
- Communities under-represented in Digital Humanities: #pocodh, #disruptdh, #transformdh #queerdh
- Tools for digital research
- Learning communities and pedagogy in Digital Humanities
- Research projects designed in a Digital Humanities framework
- Collaboration in Digital Humanities
Proposals are due April 15, 2016 and can be submitted through their Open Conference Systems site.
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