CFP: Chapters on Digital Editing and Publishing
C21 Editions is a three-year international collaboration jointly funded by the Arts & Humanities Research Council and Irish Research Council.
The aim of the project is to investigate the practices of digital scholarly editing and publishing, and explore how these might advance into the future. As part of this project, scholars and practitioners are invited to submit to a collection of essays tentatively entitled, Digital Editing & Publishing in the Twenty-First Century. The final volume will be published as open access.
Chapter proposals of ~500 words will be accepted until February 11th, 2022. Final chapters will be due in early 2023, and can range from 3,000 – 6,000 words in length.
Proposals on any topic relating to digital scholarly editing and digital publishing are welcome, but the editors are particularly interested in essays which engage with future possibilities in this space and consider how digital scholarly editing and publishing can have an impact beyond academia.
Proposals can be sent to James O’Sullivan: email@example.com
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