CFP: Digital Humanities Against Dark Times

Digital Humanities Against Dark Times, hosted at the Vanderbilt Center for Digital Humanities from April 14-15, is currently seeking proposals that engage with:

  • Rising political extremism and polarization
  • Racism, colonial exploitation, gender marginalization, backlash
  • Data capitalism and new forms of artificial intelligence
  • Military conflict and global political instability
  • Catastrophic climate change
  • The uncertain future of the Humanities in the academy

250 word abstracts are due March 5 using the submission form. Submissions from early career scholars and graduate students are especially encouraged.

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