Call for short presentations and workshop proposals
We are pleased to extend a call for contributions to Digital Humanities and the Visual World! We welcome proposals from anyone whose work has a digital or computational dimension that is applied to humanities or social science questions, but particularly encourage those that address the analysis of visual material, the visualization of data, or some other visually focused question. We invite presentation abstracts, workshop proposals, and any other great ideas for the day that you would like to propose.
How to submit
Presentations are about 10 minutes. Workshop proposals should suggest a duration. Presentation abstracts (maximum 250 words) and workshop proposals (maximum 500 words) should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org. Abstracts and proposals will be reviewed by the program committee. If in doubt, please submit; we just want a better idea of what kinds of material people want to talk about, your submission is not expected to be cutting edge research!
September 9 September 15
Confirmation of acceptance:
September 23 September 29
Symposium date: October 12
Vilja Hulden, CU Boulder
Thea Lindquist, CU Boulder
Jennifer Golightly, Colorado College
Jonathan Carlyon, Colorado State University
Pamela Laird, CU Denver
Peter Organisciak, University of Denver
The event is supported by the CU President’s Fund for the Humanities and cosponsored by the CU Boulder Department of History and the Center for Research Data and Digital Scholarship.