DHN calls for abstracts for its 2017 conference in Gothenburg, Sweden. The conference is organised by the Centre for Digital Humanities at the University of Gothenburg and will be held at the Conference Centre Wallenberg, March 14–16, 2017.
With the generous support of the Gerda Henkel Foundation, the German Historical Institute (GHI) and the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media at the George Mason University (RRCHNM) invite applications for a 12-month postdoctoral fellowship in digital history.
All programs are completely online and can be followed from different parts of the world with flexible schedules. Courses are guided adapting to the students different profiles, and they include various materials (texts, images, videos), offered through a web platform, where participants interact with other students and professors.
#dariahTeach are pleased to invite proposals from early career researchers to participate at the “Open Education” workshop on digitally enhanced learning, OER and MOOCs, which takes place during the Open Resources #dariahTeach closing conference in March 2017.
Past editions of the International Workshops on Treebanks and Linguistic Theories (TLT) have included co-located events exploring the use of linguistic annotations in Digital Humanities. This time, the co-located workshop will also focus on the creation, annotation and use of corpora in Digital Humanities.
The Julfa Cemetery Digital Repatriation Project is creating a virtual reconstruction of the ancient Armenian cemetery at Julfa, completely destroyed by Azeri troops in the first five years of this century. The project has been undertaken to restore dignity to the deceased inhabitants of Julfa Cemetery and ensure the public memory of Armenia’s cultural heritage.
Kate Joranson and Robin Kear, editors of the forthcoming Chandos book Digital Humanities, Libraries, and Partnerships, seek 500-word proposals for chapters exploring digital humanities projects involving significant partnerships. This edited volume will be a conceptual guide for academic librarians, faculty, and staff who are interested in cultivating partnerships centered on digital humanities work.
This international conference aims to bring together new and innovative work in the field of literary and cultural studies. After the success of the 2015 conference, organised at Birkbeck College London, Cultural Literacy in Europe has developed into a thriving international organisation, with active membership and Special Interest Groups.