The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) is pleased to announce the formation of the Special Interest Group for Audiovisual Material in the Digital Humanities (AVinDH).
The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) is pleased to announce the formation of the Special Interest Group Libraries and Digital Humanities.
The Alliance for Digital Humanities Organization just completed a successful inaugural year of its Communications Fellowship program. Each year, two early career scholars are selected through a competitive process to work with the ADHO communication's committee on news releases, blog posts, and announcements for ADHO and its constituent organizations. The program’s first cohort served for the 2014-2015 academic year, providing support and ingenuity in furthering ADHO’s outreach mission and inventing the roles that communications fellows will play in the DH community.
The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations is pleased to announce the venues for the Digital Humanities conference in 2017 and 2018.
Welcome to DH 2015!
Heading to Australia for Digital Humanities 2015, or wishing you were? To help visitors get acquainted with Australian culture, Program Committee chair Deb Verhoeven has teamed up with friends on Facebook (who include novelists, editors, literature professors, filmmakers, screenwriters, academics, media producers and people who just like to read Australian books) to create a reading list and share two Spotify playlists. The notes below are from Deb (with occasional light editing). Enjoy!
The deadline to submit a proposal to host ADHO's annual international Digital Humanities conference in 2017 and 2018 is Monday, June 1, 2015. Please see the original call for proposals for more details about hosting.
The deadline to apply for the ADHO Communications Fellowship has been extended to April 8, 2015. Please see our original announcement for more details about the fellowship.
centerNet’s nominations committee prepared a balanced ballot based on geography, gender and language for the centerNetInternational Executive Council elections, currently in process. The Nominations committee members were Jean Bauer (Chair, Princeton), Claire Clivaz (UNIL), Charles Muller (U of Tokyo), Walter Scholger (Graz) and Paul Spence (KCL).