CFP: ACRL Critical Digital Humanities Cookbook

Editors Fiona Kovacaj and Victoria James are seeking proposals for chapters/recipes “on instructional activities for teaching about the Digital Humanities through a critical lens” for a Critical Digital Humanities Cookbook to be published by ACRL. The outline of the book includes five sections: Defining the Digital Humanities, Digital Tools, Data & Metadata, Preservation, and Access. The book will use the ACRL Cookbook format with each chapter framed as a recipe.

Deadline for proposals is February 1, 2024 and proposals should be submitted via this Google Form.

View the full CFP (pdf) to get more details regarding topics and format.

Please email Fiona Kovacaj and Victoria James at if you have any questions.

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