The Associazione per l’Informatica Umanistica e le Culture Digitali (AIUCD) has issued a call for proposals for its 2019 conference, scheduled for January 23–25 in Udine, Italy. The conference welcomes abstracts for papers, panels, workshops, and posters that address
- General questions:
- the epistemological positioning and area of knowledge of DH in relation to the systems of Academic Research Areas (Settori Scientifico-Disciplinari) and Recruiting in Italy;
- the positioning of DH in the European and International academic systems;
- the evaluation of research in DH beyond traditional publications;
- dissemination, public history, and crowdsourcing within research projects;
- the role of inter(multi-trans-cross)-disciplinary DH research in European projects, enquiry, and teaching.
- Pedagogy and teaching questions:
- teaching DH: which models, technologies, and methods?
- teaching the humanities in secondary schools and universities with DH tools;
- teaching DH at the University: how is it taught today?
- DH and media: production, dissemination, and analytical prospects
- teaching history and DH;
- DH and didactic strategies;
- DH and hands-on teaching practices;
- DH and primary source teaching;
- Big Data methodologies and technologies in DH research and teaching.
- Questions concerning research efforts:
- statistical and quantitative research methods and their teaching applications;
- Data Science and the role of DH in the definition of new knowledge;
- Information science and DH: meeting points and methodological integration;
- cultural and social impact of humanities research with computational methodologies;
- Semantic web technologies and linked open data in the humanities;
- models and tools for knowledge representation in the humanities and the cultural heritage sector;
- visualization methodologies and technologies and their significance for humanities and cultural heritage knowledge and information;
- Natural Language Processing methodologies and applications for the humanities;
- digitization methodologies and technologies for the production, preservation, and promotion of digital cultural heritage.
Proposals are due October 25, 2018.
This post was produced through a cooperation among Tierney Gleason, Ian Goodale, Nicole Sump-Crethar, Paschalia Terzi, Iñaki Arrieta Baro, Dale J. Correa, and Ashley Champagne (Editors-at-large for the week), Sarah Melton (Editor for the week), and Caitlin Christian-Lamb, Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara, Roxanne Shirazi, and Patrick Williams (dh+lib Review Editors).