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DIGITAL HUMANITIES 2019: “COMPLEXITIES”  - CALL FOR PAPERS

Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations

Utrecht University (The Netherlands)  

Paper/Poster/Panel deadline: 11:59pm GMT 27 November 2018

Workshop/Tutorial deadline: 11:59pm GMT, 10 January 2019

Workshops: 8-9 July 2019

Conference: 9-12 July 2019

http://dh2019.adho.org

 @DH2019_NL 

Email: dh2019@adho.org

 

I: GENERAL INFORMATION

 

Below is a list of resources, tools, slides, presentation aids, and articles shared during the course of DH2018 on Twitter. If you see anything missing you would like added, please tweet @ADHOrg or email web@digitalhumanities.org

Notes on #DH2018 Conference

Tweets per user_lang in a #DH2018 archive by Ernesto Priego

The winner of this years Paul Fortier prize is Anna Neovesky and Frederic von Vlahovits from the Academy of Sciences and Literature (Mainz, Germany). Their paper IncipitSearch - Interlinking Musicological Repositories is detailed here: https://dh2018.adho.org/en/incipitsearch-interlinking-musicological-repo...

 

Congratulations to the six candidates for the 2018 Paul Fortier Prize!

In no particular order, their papers are: 

The various locations with bids to host the DH2021 conference have been made public for the first time. The four locations bidding to host DH2021 in alphabetical order are:

A) Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates

B) Daegu, South Korea

C) Durban, South Africa

D) Tokyo, Japan

The DH 2020 Ottawa Program Committee Co-Chairs are Laura Estill and Jennifer Guiliano.

As part of ADHO's official change to the new structure, the Implementation Committee (IC) has already suggested a draft roadmap ; the IC has also published the Proposed Financial Scenarios, the Proposed Governance Scenarios (version 1.5), 

As part of ADHO's official change to the new structure, the Implementation Committee (IC) has already suggested a draft roadmap ; the IC has also published the Proposed Financial Scenarios, the Proposed Governance Scenarios (version 1.5) and the

As part of ADHO's official change to the new structure, the Implementation Committee (IC) has already suggested a draft roadmap ; the IC has also published the Proposed Financial Scenarios and the Proposed Governance Scenarios (version 1.5), all open for public comment. 

The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organisations (ADHO) makes bursary awards to 14 or more students and young 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 from our diverse global constituency and to involve new participants in the application of information technology in humanities research. Paper, poster and panel submissions qualify for consideration, authored or co-authored by an applicant.

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