Thursday, December 14, 2017
CFP: Essays on Transformative Projects in the Digital Humanities
While the debates in and around the digital humanities continue--what they are, why they are, what they contribute to humanities scholarship--those working in the field know the truly transformative work being done both nationally and internationally. This proposed collection of essays, Transformative Projects in the Digital Humanities, will build on the critical work has been done to date to showcase DH scholarship, while expanding the focus to provide a broadly international perspective. To this end, we especially encourage scholars working outside the U.S. to consider submitting a proposal. We have an expression of interest in this project from Routledge.
We are looking for essays that not only describe long-term projects/large-impact projects but those that also place the work within a cultural context and what is happening in terms of DH. Finally, proposed essays should be forward looking, addressing the question(s): how does this work indicate where DH is going/where it should be going/where it could be going? Essays may take the form of case studies, if appropriate. A 300-word abstract and one-page c.v. should be submitted by firstname.lastname@example.org> and Mary Balkun <email@example.com>. to Marta Deyrup <
Marta Mestrovic Deyrup, Ph.D.
Seton Hall University Libraries
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