CFP: Routledge Handbook of the Digital Environmental Humanities

From the call: [H]umanities, scientific, artistic, geographical, cartographical, informatic and computing disciplines are finding a common space in DEH [Digital Environmental Humanities], and are bringing the use of digital applications, coding and software into league with literary and cultural studies, feminist, queer and critical race studies, and the visual, filmic and performing arts.  As such, DEH ...

CFP: Digital Humanities in the Library: Challenges and Opportunities for Subject Specialists

The editors of Digital Humanities in the Library: Challenges and Opportunities for Subject Specialists welcome chapter proposals for a revised second edition. Five years after the publication of Digital Humanities in the Library, digital humanities — as a field of study and community of practice — continues to transform how scholars and librarians research and ...

CFP: ACRL Data Literacy Cookbook

Kelly Getz (Eastern Michigan University) and Meryl Brodsky (University of Texas, Austin) are editing an ACRL Data Literacy Cookbook, and are seeking proposals from academic library practitioners for chapters that describe “practiced lesson plans, curriculum map development, activities, and events designed to promote and educate data literacy through library instruction and outreach.” In particular, they ...

CFP: HathiTrust Research Center Advanced Collaborative Support Proposals – Deadline Extended

The HathiTrust Research Center (HTRC) has extended the deadline for proposals for its Advanced Collaborative Support (ACS) Program. ACS promotes collaboration between researchers and HTRC staff “to solve challenging problems related to computational analysis of the HathiTrust corpus.” From the call: For this round of projects, we seek to collaborate with researchers who have independently ...

CFP: Digital Approaches to Art History and Cultural Heritage

The Digital Approaches to Art History and Cultural Heritage conference invites proposals to its upcoming conference, which will focus on topics such as digital imaging, computer vision, network analysis, visual Distant Reading, digital research infrastructures, data standards, institutional projects, digitization and digital publishing projects. Proposals should be for 20 minute presentations which engage with the ...

CFP: Constructing Digital Humanities Grant Proposals as a Librarian

The ACRL Digital Scholarship Section (DSS) Digital Humanities Discussion Group (DHDG) invites submissions for an upcoming webinar examining digital humanities librarianship and grants. Accepted presenters will give 5-10 minute presentations during the webinar, which will be held the week of June 15th, 2020. From the call: With many digital humanities (DH) programs at higher education ...

CFP: DH2020 Workshops

The workshops “Digital Research in First Nations, Native American, and Indigenous Studies around the Globe” and “Twin Talks 3: Understanding and Facilitating Collaboration in DH” are seeking submissions for inclusion in their programs. The workshops will be held at the DH2020 conference in Ottawa, Canada, which will take place from July 20th-205th, 2020. From the ...

CFP: CFPs are here – 2020 DLF Forum and Affiliated Events

CLIR’s Digital Library Federation has is opened its Calls for Proposals for the 2020 DLF Forum (#DLFforum) and affiliated events, to be held this November in Baltimore, Maryland. CFP includes the DLF Forum, Learn@DLF, Digital Preservation 2020, and CLIR’s Digitizing Hidden Collections Symposium. Proposals may come from: DLF members and non-members; conference veterans and newcomers; digital library ...

CFP: HASTAC 2020 – More room, more time!

There’s still time to submit a proposal to HASTAC 2020, to be held at the University of Texas at Dallas, October 15-18. HASTAC (“haystack”) is the Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory, a highly interdisciplinary conference that is particularly welcoming to early-career scholars and librarians. From their announcement: The local HASTAC organizing team ...

CFP: Digital Humanities Research Institute

The Digital Humanities Research Institute is seeking applications for participants in the Institute. Successful applicants will receive a stipend of $3,600, and are expected to participate in all three phases of the DHRI, which include an in-person institute in New York City to be held from June 15–24th, 2020, hosting your own instance of the ...

CFP: Disrupting Digital Monolingualism

The Department of Digital Humanities and the Language Acts and Worldmaking project at King’s College London has released a call for proposals for a two-day workshop, Disrupting Digital Monolingualism. The workshop, which will take place on June 16th and 17th at King’s College London, aims: To map the current state of multilingualism in digital theory ...