The second annual Texas Digital Humanities Conference, cosponsored by the UT Arlington College of Liberal Arts; the UTA Libraries; and the UTA Departments of English, History, Linguistics, and Art and Art History, welcomes submissions for twenty-minute individual papers and poster presentations for a conference on work in the Digital Humanities. This conference encourages submissions from a broad spectrum of communities: university and K-12 educators, graduate students, and undergrads; museum and archives professionals; library professionals; and independent scholars.
The conference will begin with the first keynote address on the evening of Thursday, April 9, and will conclude with a hackfest on the afternoon of Saturday, April 11.
The program committee is excited to announce that the keynote speakers for the conference are Alan Liu (UCSB), Adeline Koh (Richard Stockton College) and George Siemens (UT-Arlington). More details to follow about the speakers and the times they will be presenting.
We welcome oral presentation and poster session submissions on any topic relevant to digital humanities. Possible topics include (but are not limited to)
Digital humanities in the classroom: K-12 or higher ed
Funding digital humanities at your institution
Sourcing DH projects: how & where to find what/whom you need to do your DH project
GIS and humanities
Starting and sustaining a DH lab space
Locating the edge of digital in broaders ways that impact humanities
Current DH projects in different humanities disciplines