Registration is now available for the Digital Humanities Summer Institute 2023 at the University of Victoria. The theme for 2023 is “A Place for Open Scholarship.”

DHSI takes place June 5-9 on-campus and June 12-16 online.

From the registration page:

After several years of adjusting in-person plans and three successful years of online editions, we are excited to announce that DHSI 2023 will be offered in a hybrid format!

DHSI On Campus, 5-9 June, 2023

Registration in for DHSI On-Campus includes:

  • Participation in one course taking place throughout the week
  • Attendance in all on-campus aligned conferences & events

DHSI Online, 12-16 June, 2023

DHSI Online is composed of online workshops for both live and asynchronous participation, institute lectures, and online events.


Early registration ends 1 May 2023. Regular registration ends 5 June.

Courses tend to fill quickly. If you are interested in attending, we encourage that you register early to ensure you get into your preferred course.

Week 2 of DHSI online includes several affiliated events, including the aligned conference on “Open, Digital, Collaborative Project Preservation in the Humanities.” The CFP deadline for this aligned conference has been extended to April 14.

Sponsored scholarships and bursaries are available for both students and non-students to reduce the registration fees. Please note that participants must apply for a scholarship prior to registering – fee reimbursements are not available to participants who register before receiving the results of their scholarship application.

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