::fibreculture:: Digital Humanities 2015 cfp
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Wed Oct 15 05:24:23 CEST 2014
From: Paul Arthur <P.Arthur at uws.edu.au>
Date: Tuesday, 14 October 2014 5:35 pm
To: Paul Arthur <P.Arthur at uws.edu.au>
Subject: Digital Humanities 2015 cfp
Digital Humanities 2015: Global Digital Humanities
Sydney, Australia, 29 June–3 July 2015
The annual conference of the Alliance of Digital Humanities
The call for proposals for the Digital Humanities 2015 conference is
open now, with abstracts for papers, panels and posters due by 3
November 2014. See: http://dh2015.org/cfp/.
The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) invites
submission of abstracts on any aspect of digital humanities including,
but is not limited to:
humanities research enabled through digital media, data mining, software
studies, or information design and modeling;
computer applications in literary, linguistic, cultural, and historical
studies, including electronic literature, public humanities, and
interdisciplinary aspects of modern scholarship;
digital arts, architecture, music, film, theatre, new media, digital
games, and related areas;
creation and curation of humanities digital resources;
social, institutional, global, multilingual, and multicultural aspects
of digital humanities; and
digital humanities in pedagogy and academic curricula.
DH2015 is the first of the annual international Digital Humanities
conferences to be held outside of Europe and North America in its
26-year history, and will be hosted by the Digital Humanities Research
Group at the University of Western Sydney, in partnership with the State
Library of New South Wales.
The Australasian Association for Digital Humanities (aaDH) is pleased to
announce that 5 x $500 travel bursaries are available, on a competitive
basis, to enable emerging and early career scholars and practitioners
from Australia and New Zealand to attend and present their research.
There are a further 10 x $1000 iVEC bursaries that have generously been
provided for travel from Western Australia. For full details see
Australasian Association for Digital Humanities (aaDH) Bursaries:
5 x aaDH bursaries (value $500 per bursary) will be available, for
applicants resident in Australia and New Zealand. Bursaries are
primarily intended to support outstanding emerging or early career
scholars and practitioners.
10 x iVEC bursaries (value $1000 per bursary) will be available, on a
competitive basis, for applicants resident in Western Australia.
Preference will be given to full-time Higher Degree Research students or
Early Career Researchers (PhD awarded no longer than five years
earlier), but others may also apply.
If you wish to be considered for any of the above categories of
bursaries, you must first submit an abstract using the online abstract
submission system and tick the check box indicating you wish to be
considered for a bursary. Once the review process is concluded and the
letters of acceptance have been issued in early 2015, applicants for
bursaries will be expected to submit a written proposal for bursary
funding. Everyone meeting the criteria for each of the bursaries will be
eligible, but clicking the box will inform the Awards Committee that you
will submit a proposal and will enable us to send you a reminder.
Successful applicants will be notified once the rankings of the bursary
applications are concluded.
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