Ellie Bennett started the topic CfP: Gender and Methodology in the Ancient Near East (GeMANE 6, Malta) in the discussion Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 1 hour, 7 minutes ago
The Sixth Workshop on Gender, Methodology and the Ancient Near East (GeMANE 6) will take place as a hybrid event on the 8–11 April, 2024, hosted by University of Malta’s Department of Middle Eastern and Asian Languages and Cultures and the International School for Foundation Studies. Previous GeMANE workshops were held in Helsinki (2014), Barcel…[Read more]
Shannan Palma deposited God the Father: Religious and militaristic rhetoric in the construction of patriarchal traditionalist masculinities in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 1 week, 2 days ago
The role of the internet in fomenting male supremacist ideology must be understood within the larger cultural context that undergirds and naturalizes such rhetoric. Traditional conservative (TradCon) sections of the manosphere valorize a patriarchal social order centering traditional gender roles. According to TradCon reasoning, men, under attack…[Read more]
As practitioners and scholars who engage with music encoding we already understand the affordances that encoding music or text can bring to our research and scholarship. However, individuals who are not yet familiar with encoding schemas and the usefulness of digital methodologies may not have a clear understanding of the “why” in using a dig…[Read more]
Hélène Huet started the topic 2024 Latin America & Caribbean Digital Humanities Symposium: CFP in the forums: Digital Humanists, Library & Information Science, History.
The University of Florida, the University of North Florida, and Universidad San Francisco de Quito will host their second Latin America & Caribbean Digital Humanities Symposium at Universidad San Francisco Quito in Quito, Ecuador from Thursday, July 4 – Saturday July 6, 2024. We seek proposals for papers, posters, and lightning rounds, on…[Read more]
David Amelang deposited David J. Amelang, “Las Humanidades Digitales y la redefinición del canon teatral del Siglo de Oro” (Boletín de la Biblioteca de Menéndez Pelayo XCVII.1, 2021), pp. 115-134 in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Respondiendo al creciente interés por cuestiones de diversidad en la cultura y el entretenimiento actual, las instituciones académicas y artísticas dedicadas al teatro clásico español buscan reflejar estas nuevas tendencias en su selección de obras para ser estudiadas y/o representadas. Este esfuerzo de cambiar de aires plantea ciertos probl…[Read more]
David Amelang deposited David J. Amelang, “Explorando la presencia de personajes femeninos en la comedia en tiempos de Lope de Vega desde las Humanidades Digitales” (Hipogrifo 11.1, 2023) pp. 39-54 in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 3 weeks, 4 days ago
Este artículo visibiliza el uso que se le puede dar a una serie de proyectos de Humanidades Digitales, como son las bases de datos de Rolecall, DICAT y CATCOM o la biblioteca digital EMOTHE, a la hora de analizar las dinámicas escenográficas en el teatro español de finales del siglo XVI y principios del siglo XVII, coincidiendo con las déc…[Read more]
Since 2016, the academic narrative emerging from the Zora Neale Hurston Festival of the Arts and Humanities in Eatonville, Florida, has increasingly relied on a public scholarship model to bridge the gap between institutional practice and community knowledge. Inspired by Zora Neale Hurston’s legacy as an interdisciplinary scholar, these a…[Read more]
Jennifer Andrella started the topic CFP: Global Digital Humanities Symposium 2024 – Deadline to Apply October 9 in the discussion Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 1 month, 2 weeks ago
The Global Digital Humanities Symposium Planning Committee is pleased to open the Call for Proposals for the 9th annual Symposium, scheduled as a virtual event, March 18-20, 2024 and an in-person event at Michigan State University, March 22-23, 2024.
The Call for Proposals is now available in English and Spanish (links below). Proposals and…[Read more]
Laure Thompson started the topic CFP: TADA 2023: New Directions in Analyzing Text as Data (Deadline 8/11) in the discussion Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 1 month, 2 weeks ago
TADA 2023: New Directions in Analyzing Text as Data
November 9th and 10th, 2023
***Update: abstract submission deadline has been extended to August 11***
We are pleased to announce the Call for Papers for the 2023 New Directions in Analyzing Text as Data (TADA 2023), to be held November 9th and 10th, 2023, in…[Read more]
This paper presented at the Fourth International Conference and Industrial Exhibitoion on Dairy Science Park IV, Nov 1-5, 2017, Konya, Turkey, has reviewed the philosophy of Mevlana Jalal ud Din Rumi regarding love, tolerance, respect and spiritualism; appreciating each others and knowing the value of each other. Rumi (1230) told Iqbal (1930)…[Read more]
This dissertation explores metamodernism in contemporary culture, focusing on its manifestation in literature and its intersections with vaporwave and the music of Radiohead. It considers the novel Taipei by Tao Lin as a representation of metamodern sensibility, analysing its portrayal of a human subjectivity navigating a world shaped by…[Read more]
The purpose of this paper is to submit a project proposal regarding the publication of the Valencian Parliamentary papers in which we want to achieve three main goals: to digitize and transcribe the parliamentary sessions for later publication on the web, which will facilitate access to these texts for both the public and the scientific community;…[Read more]
Hélène Huet started the topic FLDH 2023 Webinar Series: August Webinars in the forums: Digital Humanists, Library & Information Science, History.
Join the Florida Digital Humanities Consortium this August for the following webinars:
Curaduría de datos y narrativas geoespaciales sobre redes de intercambio y comercio indígena en la región del Orinoco, siglos XV al XVIII
Friday, August 4, 2 p.m EDT
Dr. Maria José Afanador-Llach, Assistant Professor in Digital Humanities, Uni…[Read more]
This poster presents a digital humanities study abroad program that brings undergraduate students to the UK to explore the intersections of technology, humanities, and the arts. Over four weeks, the students meet with curators, DH practitioners, and creatives. In addition to connecting students with professionals in the cultural heritage sector,…[Read more]
Jennifer Andrella started the topic Save the Date! Global Digital Humanities Symposium: March 18-23, 2024 in the discussion Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 2 months, 3 weeks ago
The Global Digital Humanities Symposium Planning Committee is pleased to announce that the 9th annual Symposium will take place virtually March 18-20 and in-person March 22-23, 2024. This virtual event will take place as half-day sessions synchronously over three days. The in-person event will include a full day of (livestreamed) programming plus…[Read more]
Jennifer Jordan started the topic Humanities Librarian Opening (Digital Humanities would be a great addition) in the forums: Digital Humanists, Global DH, Scholarly Communication, Arts and Humanities Funding.
There’s a new job opportunity for a Humanities Librarian within the College of University Libraries & Learning Sciences at the University of New Mexico. We would love someone who knows about Digital Humanities.
Three hundred days of sunshine makes up for the starting wage (which can be negotiated, I am pretty sure). Plus, we’re all poor, so you…[Read more]
Samuel Adu-Gyamfi deposited Indigenous systems of forest conservation: a tool for traditional medical practices in Akyem Abuakwa traditional area of Ghana in the group Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 3 months ago
Forest conservation is a very important concept across the world. It is not only crucial for climate change but also very critical for the survival of humanity. In Africa, forests have always been an important aspect of nature that is regarded with uttermost reverence and
care. Importantly, discussions on health, healthcare, culture, economics…[Read more]
The introduction to a special issue of New Literary History titled “Culture, Theory, Data,” which explores the consequences of computation for cultural theory—and vice-versa.
The introduction begins by explaining how we came to a historical juncture where “culture” and “data” seem to be opposed terms. Then it offers some reasons for believing t…[Read more]
Data plays an ever-expanding role in our daily lives: we collect personal data through smart watches, feed algorithms with clicks and shares, and platforms monetize our every move.
In this course, students will explore how data is collected, analyzed, and used, critique the systems of power that shape and are shaped by data practices, and…[Read more]
Mike Rifino started the topic Due Date Extended! (6/15) CFP: Liberatory Legacy of bell hooks JITP Themed Issue in the discussion Digital Humanists on Humanities Commons 3 months, 3 weeks ago
The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy
Themed Issue 23: The Liberatory Legacy of bell hooks: Pedagogies and Praxes that Heal and Disrupt
Nikki Fragala Barnes, University of Central Florida
Summer L. Hamilton, Pennsylvania State University
Asma Neblett, The Graduate Center, CUNY
Kush Patel, Manipal…[Read more]
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