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CFP: HASTAC 2023 Critical Making and Social Justice

Deadline: October 31st, 2022
Date: June 8th - June 10th
Location: Pratt Institute, Brooklyn, NY


Submission information: The conference submission system is open! See for more information.

Formats: HASTAC 2023 is planned as an in-person experience, with some opportunities for online participation. In reviewing proposals for in-person presentations, the programming committee will consider how presenters plan to use place and the physical environment to engage with conference participants. In reviewing proposals for remote presentations, the committee will consider issues of accessibility, inclusion, and solidarity with colleagues across the globe. The committee is also open to hybrid proposals that blend in-person and remote audiences with intention.

Presentations may take the form of:

  • Papers (15–20 minutes, including discussion): Traditional paper presentations should share results of completed work, describe significant work in progress, and/or offer sustained reflection on a relevant topic. 
  • Short talks (5–8 minutes, including brief discussion): Lightning talks should be highly focused and may introduce completed or ongoing work, or offer provocations for further reflection. 
  • Panels and roundtables (90 minutes). Panels and roundtables should facilitate dialogue among 3–7 participants working on interrelated topics, and allow time for discussion with attendees (at least 15–30 minutes). 
  • Workshops (45 or 90 minutes): Workshops should include at least one facilitator and may be discussion-based, interactive activity-based, and/or technology-based.
  • Posters (print or electronic, in-person only). Posters should present visual overviews of completed or ongoing work. 
  • Exhibits, installations, demonstrations, and performances (varies): Artwork, creative data visualizations, performances, project demonstrations, and other critical interventions will be displayed on one or more days of the conference. 
  • Alternative formats (varies): Given the experimental nature of work in this area, we invite proposals for sessions in alternative formats to those described above.

The Program Committee gratefully acknowledges the example of the DH Unbound program committee and guideline authors, which were used to develop these submission type descriptions.

To read the full Call for Proposals, visit

October 31, 2022 12:00 am

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