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Deadline: 10 February, 2023
Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI)
A Place for Open Digital Scholarship
DHSI 2023: 5-9 June on-campus | 12-16 June online
Proposals are now being accepted for presentations at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) 2023 Conference & Colloquium.
Presentations may focus on any topic relating to the digital humanities. Submissions are welcome from all members of the digital humanities community, including faculty, graduate students, undergraduates, early career scholars, independent researchers, librarians and other members of the GLAM community, alt-academics, academic professionals, those in technical programs, and those new to the digital humanities.
The Conference & Colloquium is a relatively informal, collegial venue for sharing work and ideas, and we encourage presenters to think beyond the traditional conference paper format for their presentations and to invite feedback and engagement from the DHSI community.
This year, we are holding this event in a hybrid format, with in-person sessions during the first, in-person week of DHSI (June 5–9) and virtual sessions during the second, online week (June 12–16).
Submissions are welcome in three formats:
Presentations should be 10–15 minutes long and will be organized into themed sessions. This format is well suited to presenting research findings, in-depth argumentative papers, or reports on completed research.
Colloquium Lightning Talks
Lightning talks should be up to 5 minutes long and will be organized into themed sessions. This format is well suited to demonstrations of new tools, reporting on in-progress research, announcing new projects and tools, and brief, tightly focused argumentative papers.
Digital posters will be showcased throughout DHSI in an online exhibit, with an in-person digital poster exhibit for presenters joining us in person. This format is well suited for summarizing research results, showcasing tools and techniques, and sparking further discussion. Multimedia and interactive posters are welcome and encouraged.
Please submit proposals through this online submission form.
The submission form asks for
- the title of the presentation or poster
- whether you would prefer to present your work in-person or online
- the names and emails of all contributors
- a 200–250-word abstract
- a list of 5 keywords describing the presentation or poster
If you are not able to submit your abstract through the form, please email the information listed above to email@example.com.
The deadline for submissions is 10 February, 2023.
After the event, we will invite presenters to contribute papers to a special issue of Interdisciplinary Digital Engagements in Arts & Humanities (IDEAH), a peer-reviewed, online, open-access journal founded to showcase the innovative, engaging scholarship shared annually at DHSI.