CFP: Digitorium Digital Humanities Conference

A Call for Papers has been issued for Digitorium 2020, which will take place on October 1-3, 2020 at the University of Alabama. Proposals from a broad range of contributors are welcome, including those brand new to the field of Digital Humanities, as well as experienced scholars. The theme this wear is “Progress,” as a nod to both the 6th year of the conference and the 10th anniversary of the Alabama Digital Humanities Center.

From the call:

Participants can submit proposals that engage with one of the following:

  • Digital Methods: presentations that use digital methods to further scholarship in established fields or highlight new and exciting areas in their research subjects.
  • Public Scholarship: presentations on utilizing digital methods to engage the public through institutions such as universities, libraries, and museums.
  • Digital Pedagogy: presentations on using digital methods for innovative approaches to teaching at any level.

Presentations include a variety of formats for the conference, but they are not limited to those listed below. For example, presentations could be:

  • 20 minute papers
  • Workshops where the presenter teaches a digital method or tool (let us know what the specifications are for the workshop)
  • Posters
  • Completed or in-progress project demonstrations
  • Panel discussions

Deadline for submitting abstracts is March 15, 2020. Those accepted will also have the option to publish full papers in the open-access conference proceedings. The deadline for submission is November 29, 2019.

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