CFP: Florida Digital Humanities Consortium

The Florida Digital Humanities Consortium (FLDH) is celebrating their 10th anniversary with a conference, “Humanities in the Age of AI: Celebrating a Decade of Innovation.” The conference will take place on Friday, September 20, 2024 at the University of Central Florida. Sponsors include FLDH, UCF’s Center for Humanities and Digital Research (CHDR), UCF Libraries, and UCF’s Texts and Technology Ph.D. program.

From the call:

Theme: We are delighted to announce the 10-year anniversary conference of the Florida Digital Humanities Consortium, entitled “Humanities in the AI Age: Celebrating a Decade of Innovation.” As we reflect on a decade of research and innovation, this conference invites scholars, researchers, practitioners, and educators to engage in retrospective analysis and forward-thinking discussions on the evolution of the field of digital humanities and its impact on the arts and humanities.

Conference Focus: This conference will focus on exploring the intricate relationship between technology and the arts and humanities. We invite submissions that critically examine how advancements in artificial intelligence, digital tools, and computational methods have reshaped research, pedagogy, and creative expression in the humanities over the past decade.

Proposals for individual papers, panel sessions, workshops, and interactive demonstrations that address the conference theme and topics will be accepted.

May 17 is the deadline for proposal submissions, with notification of acceptance in early June. For inquiries, please visit the conference website or contact Tiffany Esteban at

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