CFP: Digital Humanities Conference 2022 at University of Alberta
The Digital Humanities Students’ Association (DHSA) at the University of Alberta is now accepting proposals for DiHuCon, our annual conference. Digital Humanities combines traditional methods of humanistic inquiry with emergent technologies to form a new, interdisciplinary field of research. It sits at the intersection of social sciences, philosophy, media studies, technology, education, and history, among others.
The theme of the conference is Kindred Cyberspaces: an invitation to consider the networks of infrastructure and relationships that constitute and permeate our experience of and within digital environments, to reflect on past expressions of these relations, their current iterations, and dream of alternatives. How might epistemologically diverse communities relate internally and with kindred communities, human, non-human, or more-than-human within the context of cyber places?
We are accepting proposals for Lightning Talks (5-10 minutes), Paper Presentations (15-20 minutes), Workshops (~1 hour long) and Poster/Multimedia sessions. As an interdisciplinary student group, we welcome and encourage submissions from all students! You are welcome to submit more than one presentation, but we reserve the right to request you present on only one topic if we cannot accommodate more within the schedule.
The conference will be hosted virtually March 14-15, 2022.
Submit your abstracts here: https://forms.gle/JwF1TJf2K6WxWf4P7. The deadline for submission is February 14, 2021. All submissions will be reviewed and selected by the DHSA Conference Planning Committee. Please note that your name, presentation title, and abstract will be used in the program the day of the conference, as well as posted on the DiHuCon website.
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