Guidelines for Proposal Authors and Reviewers


All proposals should conform to the specified length and other requirements indicated in the call for papers . Additionally, they should express a clear argument and/or present new information which may be of value to the audience; they should not be simply summaries of events or statements of fact. Papers which only report on the activities of a project, without drawing conclusions or exploring the significance of those activities, will be at a disadvantage in the review process.

Digital Humanities Quarterly, 2007 Annual Report

This year saw the official launch of DHQ with the first issue appearing on April 2, 2007. The journal was given good publicity in a number of blogs and other venues, and was also announced on a wide range of discussion lists. The first issue has received praise from readers and authors. With the first issue out, we have applied for an ISSN and once that is secured we will also receive an listing in the Directory of Open Access Journals.

Discussion Paper

Joint ACH/ALLC Publications

Section Draft 1

Prepared by Geoffrey Rockwell

31 January 2003



The aims of the ADHO with respect to publications are to provide a framework within which related groups in the general ADHO domain can share publication resources to the greatest extent possible and initiate new publications. The chief goals are:

1.1 to create intellectual synergies and increase opportunities for interdisciplinary interaction through shared publications

ADHO Conference Protocol

Preamble: This document describes the Conference Protocol for the annual international conference of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO). The Conference Protocol guides the work of the ADHO Conference Coordinating Committee (CCC). As stipulated in the ADHO Governance Protocol, the chair of the CCC serves at the pleasure of voting members of the ADHO Steering Committee.

Paul Fortier Prize: Data

The Paul Fortier Prize is an award of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organisations (ADHO), named for Paul Fortier (1939-2005), late University Distinguished Professor of French at the University of Manitoba, Canada. The award honors his long, active career in Humanities Computing and particularly remembers his kind encouragement and support for fledgling scholars in the field. Dr.

Conference Bursary Awards: Data

The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) makes bursary awards to students and early career scholars who have submissions accepted for presentation at the annual Digital Humanities international conference. These awards are to encourage new contributions to scholarship in the digital humanities and to involve new participants in the application of information technology in humanities research. Both paper and poster submissions qualify for consideration.

Please refer to the protocol and to each year's call for proposals for details.


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