The Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI) at the University of Toronto has released a call for papers for their 2022 Critical Digital Humanities International Conference. The conference
foregrounds critical DH research, praxis, and community partnerships. Critical DH is an intersectional field that emphasizes questions of power, social justice, and critical theory in making, analyzing, and using digital technologies. This is a version of digital humanities that places anti-racist, de/anti/postcolonial, feminist, and queer/trans/non-binary work at its core, and which understands our current shift in digital technology as an opportunity for social and political transformation. Critical DH foregrounds creative praxis, co-creation, public engagement, and community-based research.
Session types include: conference panels, roundtable discussions, conference paper/project presentations, workshops, lightning rounds, and posters. Submissions are due April 15, 2022.