The Centre for Digital Humanities at the Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE.DH) has released a call for papers for DH_BUDAPEST_2018, to be held May 27-31, 2018, in Budapest, Hungary.
The conference seeks to “survey the current state of research in digital humanities in the hope of exposing further aspects of the role played by the digital medium in the present and the future of scholarly practices.” Possible topics include:
- Digital scholarly editing
- Digital cultural heritage with a special focus on born digital documents
- Natural Language Processing (NLP), named entity recognition, topic modelling, big data analysis, text mining, semantic web technology etc.
- Past and present practices and networks of Digital humanities in Central Europe
- Teaching digital humanities for students, teachers and researchers; eLearning
Proposals are due January 30, 2018.
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