CFP: ACH Virtual Conference

The Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) 2024 virtual conference will take place November 6-8 of this year.

ACH 2024 “underscores the importance of addressing societal challenges in the digital humanities and beyond,” inviting participants to join them in “navigating diverse political milieus and shaping a virtual conference that is just and inclusive.”

From the call:

Areas of digital humanities scholarship that are relevant to the conference include but are not limited to:

  • AI and its consequences
  • Digital and computational approaches to humanistic research and pedagogy
  • Digital cultural heritage
  • Digital surveillance
  • Digital humanities tools and infrastructures
  • Digital librarianship
  • Digital media, art, literature, history, music, film, and games
  • Digital public humanities
  • Environmental humanities & climate justice
  • Humanistic and ethical approaches to data science and data visualization
  • Humanistic research on digital objects and cultures
  • Humanities knowledge infrastructures
  • Labor and organization in digital humanities
  • Multilingualism in digital humanities
  • Physical computing
  • Resource creation, curation, and engagement
  • Use of digital technologies to write, publish, and review scholarship

As a conference committed to cross-disciplinary engagement, ACH 2024 welcomes interdisciplinary proposals. We are also especially interested in receiving proposals from participants with a range of expertise and a variety of roles, including alt-ac positions, employment outside of higher education, and graduate and undergraduate students. We further invite proposals from participants who are newcomers to digital humanities.

The deadline to submit a proposal is May 20th, by midnight GMT. Prospective participants are invited to contact the conference committee at with questions are concerns about the call, program, submissions, or accessibility.

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