The Annual General Assembly (AGM) will be held online on on Monday, May 31 at 5 pm CET. AGM agenda will be published on our website closer to the meeting.
DHN2020 workshops will take place in Zoom on October 20. All conference participants are welcome to register for participation. The schedule and information about the workshops is published here. Registration links are sent to all participants by email. If you haven’t received this information, please contact us: email@example.com.
Call for papers for the post-proceedings is published. The opportunity to publish the papers is given to all DHN2020 presenting authors. The deadline for submitting papers is 5 December 2020. Other details please see here.
EADH regretfully announces the cancellation of EADH2020 conference, scheduled for 22-25 September 2020 at Siberian Federal University: the uncertainties about the evolution of the COVID-19 outbreak and the conditions of international travels have brought us to this sad conclusion — EADH (@eadh_org) May 8, 2020 See https://eadh.org/news/2020/05/08/cancellation-eadh2020 for more information.
Day of DH is an initiative of centerNet – and this year’s event on April 29 will be mainly held on Twitter. The Call for Participation says: Day of DH 2020 will take place on April 29. This year, Digital Humanists are encouraged to communicate what they do on Twitter, what they are working on and […]
The second Baladria Summer School on Digital Humanities will be held in Zadar, Croatia from 15 to 19 June 2020. This year’s novelty is two tracks: 1) Digital tools and 2) Introduction to programming. Registration closes: 15 April Registration fee: 200 EUR BAL-ADRIA is a collaboration between countries surrounding the Baltic Sea, and countries surrounding […]
European Association for Digital Humanities (EADH)Second International Conference22-25 September 2020 Krasnoyarsk, Russia Hosted by the Siberian Federal University Call for Papers CFP: English, French, German, Italian, Russian and Spanish (all language versions will be available soon at https://eadh2020.org/ I. General Information The European Association for Digital Humanities (EADH) invites submission of proposals for its 2nd International […]
The Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries (DHN) Board invites proposals to host the 2022 DHN Conference. Held four times since 2016, the DHN conference has become a fixed annual event in the DH calendar. After successful events in Oslo, Gothenburg, Helsinki, and Copenhagen, this year’s conference will take place in Riga on 17-20 March and […]
We are pleased to announce that the DHN 2021 conference will be held in Uppsala, Sweden. The conference will be hosted by The Department of ALM, Uppsala University, in cooperation with Uppsala University Libraries and the research infrastructure project DH Uppsala. #DHN2021
We are pleased to announce that the DHN 2020 conference will be held in Latvia. The conference will be organised by the National Library of Latvia, Institute of Literature, Folklore and Art (University of Latvia) and Artificial Intelligence Laboratory (Institute of Mathematics and Computer Sciences, University of Latvia). #DHN2020
Call for Participation to the Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries 2019 (DHN2019) conference in Copenhagen, Denmark, 6–8 March 2019 (pre-conference workshops and tutorials 5-6 morning) You are invited to participate to the 4th conference of the Association of Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries (DHN) held at the University of Copenhagen March 6–8, 2019 and […]
The Board of the Association of Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries hereby invites DHN members to the Annual General Meeting (AGM). The AGM will be held at the DHN2019 Conference in Copenhagen/Denmark. Date: Thursday, March 7, 2019Time: 17.00–18.00 CESTPlace: University of Copenhagen, South Campus. Room 15A.0.13 https://humanities.ku.dk/contact/howtofindus/ Members are invited to send in items […]
READING CULTURE AND LIBRARIES IN CHANGE May 22-23, 2019, University of Turku, Finland, Sirkkala Campus Reading culture is changing rapidly today. Radical developments in use of time, values and attitudes towards reading in contemporary Western 24-h society as well as changes in book publishing and marketing have influenced our reading habits, which have been subject […]
DIGITAL HUMANITIES 2019: “COMPLEXITIES” – CALL FOR PAPERS WHEN: 9-12 July 2019 WHERE: Utrecht University (The Netherlands) TIMELINE: — Paper/Poster/Panel deadline: 11:59pm GMT 27 November 2018 — — Workshop/Tutorial deadline: 11:59pm GMT, 10 January 2019 — — Workshops: 8-9 July 2019 — MORE INFO: http://dh2019.adho.org @DH2019_NL
— 31 OCTOBER 2018: deadline for submitting papers — 8 JANUARY 2019: paper acceptance notification. — 5 FEBRUARY 2019; submission of final version of accepted papers taking into account the comments made by the reviewers. Conference website: https://cst.dk/DHN2019/DHN2019.html
— 30 SEPTEMBER 2018: deadline for submitting workshop/tutorial proposals — 15 OCTOBER 2018: acceptance of workshop/tutorials — 21 OCTOBER 2018: deadline for submitting papers — 8 JANUARY 2019: paper acceptance notification. — 5 FEBRUARY 2019; submission of final version of accepted papers taking into account the comments made by the reviewers. Conference website: https://cst.dk/DHN2019/DHN2019.html
Dear DHN members and other interested in DH in the Nordic countries With the DHN conference for 2017 approaching in March, the Board would like to invite DHN members and other interested in DH to submit proposals for hosting the 2018 conference. The first DHN conference in Oslo was a great success and the forthcoming […]
The annual general meeting of the Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries (DHN) is to be held in Gothenburg 16 March 2017. Board members for the next election period will be elected and the nomination committee calls for nominations. See the satutes for more information. http://dig-hum-nord.eu/wp-content/uploads/2016/06/ConstitutionDHN-english.pdf Every member of the association has the right to […]
Contentious Data: A one-day event on the Politics of Big Data for Activism University Theatre, University of Amsterdam, September 15, 2016 How do people resist corporate privacy intrusion and government surveillance by means of technical fixes? How does civil society take advantage of the possibilities for civic engagement, advocacy, and campaigning provided by the availability of […]