DHSI Graduate Student Colloquium; June 7-9, 2011
Digital Humanities Summer Institute 2011
Graduate Student Colloquium
June 7-9, 2011
CALL FOR PAPERS: The DHSI will be sponsoring its third annual graduate student colloquium in June 2011. Graduate students and postdoctoral fellows attending the Institute are invited to participate in the 2011 colloquium.
Abstracts are now being accepted for presentations focusing on all aspects of graduate student research in the digital humanities, including, but not limited to, the graduate student's role in personal and institutional research projects, tool application and development, perspectives on digital humanities implications for their own research and pedagogy, etc.
The colloquium begins on the second day of the Summer Institute and takes place over three days (Tuesday through Thursday) after classes end in the afternoon. Four graduate students will present at each hour-long session. Presentations will be informal and strictly limited to ten (10) minutes per presenter, with time for Q&A reserved at session's end. The sessions will be open to all DHSI attendees.
We invite proposals of 150-300 words for these presentations. Successful abstracts for the 2011 colloquium will focus on the individual student's role in digital humanities research and application, as opposed to general issues pertaining to digital humanities. Potential presenters should be enrolled in a PhD or MA program, or hold a post-doctoral fellowship, at the time of abstract submission. We welcome abstracts from current students who will graduate before June 2011.
Please send abstracts to email@example.com. Deadline for submissions is December 17, 2010. All who have submitted an abstract will be notified by mid-February 2011. All those whose work is accepted for presentation at the Graduate Student Colloquium will receive a tuition scholarship.
ABOUT THE DHSI: Now in its tenth year, the Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria provides an ideal environment for discussing and learning about new computing technologies and how they are influencing the work of those in the Arts, Humanities and Library communities. The institute takes place across a week of intensive coursework, seminar participation, and lectures. It brings together faculty, staff, and graduate students from different areas of the Arts, Humanities, Library and Archives communities. During the DHSI, we share ideas and methods, and develop expertise in applying advanced technologies to our teaching, research, dissemination and preservation. This year's Summer Institute will be held June 6-10, 2011. The 2011 DHSI will be followed by THATCamp Victoria, June 10-11.
For more information and to register for courses see www.dhsi.org.