CFP: Boston DH 2024 Conference

The call for proposals for Boston DH 2024, a “one day symposium of greater Boston-area scholars, community members, library and archives professionals, students, and practitioners across disciplines who engage with digital approaches, pedagogy, and methods in humanities and social sciences research” has been extended to February 16, 2024. The event will take place on April 12, 2024 in person on Tufts’ Medford campus, though a hybrid option will be available as well for those unable to attend.

Proposals on topics related to queer digital humanities and critical mapping, exploring issues around identity, social justice, and technology are of particular interest, but those related to digital storytelling, digital public humanities, critical coding and AI, environmental humanities and climate justice, and digital musicology and sound studies, another other such issues are also desired.

Submission types include individual talks (15 min), panel or round table presentations (90 min), poster sessions, and workshops (90min). View the call for additional information.

Questions can be sent to Kaylen Dwyer at

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