CALL FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST: DIGITAL DICKENS There has been a growing number of online projects in Dickens studies over the past few years, but discussion of the role Digital Humanities has to play in Dickens scholarship (and vice versa) has been limited so far to conference papers and individual articles.
NeMLA 2023: Niagara Falls, NY. March 23-26, 2023.
CALL FOR PAPERS:
LIFE WRITING AS WORLD LITERATURE (book)
Deadline for abstracts: July 1, 2022Deadline for final essays: January 1, 2023
The series Literatures as World Literature by Bloomsbury Publishing aims to “take a novel approach to world literature by analyzing specific constellations — according to language, nation, form, or theme — of literary texts and authors in their own world-literary dimensions.” https://www.bloomsbury.com/us/series/literatures-as-world-literature/
Disruption and Its Discontents: Ethics, Politics, and Epistemology of Disruptive Technology
A two-day symposium hosted by Academic Writing Lab (AWL) and Dept. Social Sciences and Humanities (SSH), IIIT- Delhi
August 19-20, 2022
Vernon Press invites book chapter proposals to be included in a forthcoming scholarly volume on "Community Engagement and the Covid-19 Pandemic" edited by Tawnya Azar, Ph.D.
Community-engaged (CE) teaching is not a new concept; however, in the past several years, it has experienced a new emphasis as is evident by the changes to institution mission statements as well as the allocation of institution resources to support faculty development in CE teaching and support CE coursework and research.
Call for Papers: Journal of Digital Media & Policy
Special Issue: ‘Emerging Debates on Internet Platform Policy and Regulation in Latin America’
Abstracts (400 words): 4 July 2022
Full manuscripts (6,000–8,000 words, including references): 1 November 2022
The ERASMUS+ “Strategic Partnerships” project Short Forms Beyond Borders (2020-2023) is presently organising a “Multiplier Event” to be hosted by the University of Santiago de Compostela (Spain), 4 to 5 July 2022. This event aims at offering interdisciplinary reflections on the use of short forms –which also include promoting innovative pedagogical uses of short forms for educational purposes– while also being conceived of as an international forum to disseminate the project’s ongoing research and its present results on this topic.
The call for papers for the next issue of the Australasian Journal of Popular Culture (Issue 11.1-2), on the general theme of 'narrative and identity', is now open.
Article submissions on any aspect of the theme are encouraged. The Issue's Editors particulalry invite articles on the following topics:
- self-representation on social media
- representations of disability and neurodiversity in popular culture
- re-inventions of genre and viewership/readership in popular culture
- alternative realities and modes of storytelling in (video) games
- online fandoms and identity
- popular icons
Intellectus invites you to submit research articles, book reviews and interviews on African philosophy, black studies, and applied philosophy (especially in ethics, epistemology, and metaphysics), feminism, international law, public policy, and socio-political philosophy in their relevance to Africa or African heritage. This CFP is for Volume 1 Number 2, for the year 2022.
The Submission Process
FINAL CALL FOR BOOK CHAPTER PROPOSALS!
Moving Words: Multimodal and Digital Creative Writing Pedagogies
We seek 350-word abstracts for approximately 5,000-word chapters for an edited book collection that explores the impact(s) of multimodal and digital media on the teaching of creative writing in higher education.
The 2nd International Workshop on Natural Language Processing for Digital Humanities is co-located with AACL 2022 in Taipei, Taiwan. The proceedings will be published in the ACL anthology. The workshop will take place on the 24th of November 2022.
Submission deadline: August 25, 2022
The focus of the workshop is on applying natural language processing techniques to digital humanities research. The topics can be anything of digital humanities interest with a natural language processing or generation aspect. A list of suitable topics include but are not limited to:
Call For Interest
Chapters on Guerrilla Games Horizon series
Please distribute widely
This call is to assess interest in scholarly contributions for an edited volume on the
Horizon franchise. Released in February 2022 Horizon Forbidden West became an immediate
best-seller and with Zero Dawn is now part of one of PlayStation’s strongest new intellectual
This call is to assess whether there would be enough scholars interested to doing a chapter for an
edited volume on the franchise. Attention to the games, comics, board game, marketing, and all
- Deadline for proposals: 30 June 2022
- Notification of Acceptance: by 15 July 2022
- Deadline for chapters: 15 December 2022
Audiovisual content has expanded into new ways of production, distribution, and screening enabled by the evolution of technology and the advent of new media. Apart from giving new life to older audiovisual works by making them accessible to the wide public through an alternative way of consumption, streaming platforms are producing original content that is meant to be consumed exclusively via online means.
Call for Papers: Beyond Borders : Youth, Politics and New Solidarities in Post-Covid South Asia
Editor: Prateek Srivastava, University of Cincinnati
State of Interim is an interdisciplinary open conference on the intersection art, creativity and AI. Kaeur studio, a young research platform, is cooperating with students from the University of fine Arts Hamburg to create space for young positions. We are calling for young researchers, coders, artists and beyond. For more information have a look on our website!
The MMLA’s permanent section on American Literature After 1870 invites papers which, building on the conference theme, examine the topic of “post-book” American literature. In an 1868 essay, John William De Forest first used the term “The Great American Novel,” which has had an outsized impact on the American literary imagination ever since. This panel asks how the term applies in an age of sophisticated narratives that often live outside of the printed page, or in transmedia combinations with the printed page. While acknowledging the continuing importance of print texts both old and new, our panel seeks papers that examine the changes to literary analysis, objects, and pedagogy associated with a contemporary “post book” orientation.
CALL FOR CHAPTER PROPOSALS
CALL FOR CHAPTER PROPOSALS
Moving Words: Multimodal and Digital Creative Writing Pedagogies
We seek 350-word abstracts for approximately 5,000-word chapters for an edited book collection that explores the impact(s) of multimodal and digital media on the teaching of creative writing.
The 7th International Academic Conference on Humanities and Social Sciences is a must-attend event for the academic community. Join us on the 19-21 of August in the dynamic city of Paris. IACHSS continues to recruit top speakers in the field, showcase findings from the latest research, and provide premier networking opportunities.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE April 22, 2022
Reading Minds: Artificial Intelligence, Neural Networks and the Reading Human
SLSA 2022, Purdue University
PAMLA 2022: Open Educational Resources (OER) in the French and Francophone Classroom (roundtable)
The use of Open Educational Resources (OER) has grown steadily due to the rising cost of textbooks and the unstable financial situations of students, further aggravated by the COVID-19 pandemic. Moreover, the relevance and authenticity of conventionally published materials is often called into question. As a result, instructors increasingly turn to OER to meet these needs.
LCE is publishing a special issue of its international, peer-reviewed journal that focuses on issues of teaching, researching and development of Education at all levels, worldwide. We seek submissions of between 6000 and 8000 words that share insights into the analysis of and improvements in classroom-based and blended learning in the context of recent challenges. This issue will be guest edited by Dr. Konstantinos K Dimitriou.
The aim of this conference is to bring together academics, doctoral students and practitioners (educators, linguists, psychologists, economists, political figures, entrepreneurs, etc.) from different countries to discuss theoretical and practical questions related to the contributions of HSS in addressing different issues related to the Covid-19 crisis. The main goal is to contribute to the realization of a sustainable and inclusive development model.
The conference will cover the following topics:
1. The Impact of Covid-19 on individuals, organizations, society and the macroeconomic system:
EXTENDED DEADLINE: APRIL 10!
Kristin Prins, Kristin Ravel, and I are seeking chapters for an edited collection tentatively titled Feminist Design Rhetorics: Theories, Practices, and Pedagogies for Building Equity and Collective Justice. We hope authors will explore questions such as: What are the roles of design, technologies, and rhetoric in furthering intersectional feminist activism? What impacts do intersectional approaches to design bring to our rhetorical theory, practice, and pedagogy? And how might we use a feminist design lens to make rhetorical choices that center accountability, equity, and social justice?
Papers are sought from any period, any cultural form/genre, and from any critical perspective that investigate the way that science and culture have influenced, informed, and challenged one another, either within society more broadly or even within higher education. Projects from the medical humanities, environmental humanities, and/or digital humanities are relevant to this panel, as are other interdisciplinary fields at the intersections of science and the humanities. We are looking for papers that consider science and culture as lived human experiences, rather than speculative science fiction per se.
Artificial Intelligence Applications in Literary Works and Social Media
Proposals Submission Deadline: May 11, 2022
Full Chapters Due: Jul 24, 2022
Publisher: IGI Global (Tier-1), 2023
Submission page: https://www.igi-global.com/publish/call-for-papers/call-details/5872
The Technology In The Classroom Panel with SCMLA's 79th Annual Hybrid Conference held in Memphis, Tennessee from October 13-15, 2022 is accepting proposals/abstracts for the Fall 2022 Conference. The virtual conference offers options for both In Person and Virtual presentations.
Location: Sheraton Downtown Memphis in Memphis, Tennessee
Days: October 13-15, 2022
Contact: Professor Julie Garza-Horne, Technology In The Classroom Panel Secretary, email@example.com
(Extension granted for proposals. New Deadline: April 15, 2022.)
Artificial Intelligence (AI) and Machine Learning (ML) based approaches have become increasingly popular as “solutions” to curb the extent of mis-, dis- mal-information, hate speech, online violence and harassment on social media. The pandemic and the ensuing work from home policy forced many platforms to shift to automated moderation which further highlighted the inefficacy of existing models (Gillespie, 2020) to deal with the surge in misinformation and harassment.
Those of you in the United Kingdom might
be interested in a couple of free training
events being offered in the cities of
Leicester and Leeds. They are called
"Quantitative Methods for Literary and
Historical Scholarship -- in Theory and
Call for papers
DHSI Conference and Colloquium 2022
Proposals are now being accepted for presentations at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) 2022 – Online Edition Conference & Colloquium.
Since 2009, the DHSI Conference & Colloquium has been a valued part of the annual Digital Humanities Summer Institute. It offers an opportunity to present diverse, dynamic digital humanities research and projects within an engaging, collegial audience that actively fosters the ethos of the greater DHSI community.