CFP: Digital Humanities at ASEEES Convention (Washington, D.C.)

Deadline for Consideration: January 15, 2016

A new digital humanities affiliate group is forming in ASEEES, and we plan to sponsor a cluster of panels and roundtables at the 2016 annual convention (November 17-20, 2016, Washington, DC).

If you are interested in presenting on one of the digital humanities topics below, please contact the respective organizer with a brief description of your contribution. We also welcome ideas for other topics not listed.

Please contact us by January 15.

More information about the Slavic DH group coming soon. Contact us at info@slavic-dh.org or go to http://www.slavic-dh.org/join-mailing-list/ to be added to the email list.

GIS & Mapping

Organizer: Seth Bernstein (sfbernstein@gmail.com)

Platforms for Digital Scholarship

New Publishing Models, Blogging, Public Scholarship (including such platforms as Scalar, Omeka, WordPress, Drupal)
Organizer: Andrew Janco (andrew.janco@uconn.edu)

Alt-Ac Careers and Professional Development

Organizer: Natalia Ermolaev (nataliae@princeton.edu)

 

Digital Humanities in and out of the Classroom

Organizer: Jessie Labov (labov.1@osu.edu)

Networks – Visualization and Analysis between Sociology and the Humanities

Organizer: Philip Gleissner (pg4@princeton.edu)

The Data of Literature: Tools and Theoretical Conceptualizations

How do we approach literature as data and what are the theoretical implications of this
Organizer: Philip Gleissner (pg4@princeton.edu)