The Digital Humanities Utah Executive Committee is currently accepting proposals for the 8th Digital Humanities Utah Symposium (DHU8) to take place February 23-24, 2024. Session formats include panel presentations, complete panels, roundtables, and hands-on workshops, and suggested topics of interest include computational and digital approaches to humanistic research, humanistic examinations of the computational and the digital, digital librarianship, DH tools and infrastructures, and digital publishing.
In addition to the general sessions, a special Ethical AI Session will also take place. From the call:
Six 15-minute panel presentations will be selected from the general CFP to fill two featured panels. If selected, we request that the presenter also lead a small breakout session on AI in the final hour of the program. If you would like to have your presentation considered for inclusion in the Ethical AI special session, please indicate this on your submission form.
Note: Only 15-minute panel presentations will be considered for this session (no complete panels, roundtables, or hands-on workshops). Proposals not selected for the Ethical AI session will still be considered for the general CFP.
The deadline to submit proposals is November 2, 2023, and selected applicants will be notified by December 15, 2023.
This event is in person only and will be held at the University of Utah. The keynote speaker will be Mark Sample, the Chair and Professor of Digital Studies at Davidson College.