Prof. William Kretzschmar, Jr. presented the Lisa Lena Opas-Hänninen awards for best poster by a young scholar at the Methods in Dialectology XV banquet on Thurs. Aug. 14, 2014. The prize competition and reception were generously sponsored by the Alliance for Digital Humanities Organizations; the competition was open to students or scholars whose Ph.D. was earned less than three years earlier.
The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) is pleased to announce that Marie Saldana, doctoral student in Architecture and Digital Humanities at the University of California, Los Angeles, has received the Paul Fortier prize awarded for the best paper presented by a young scholar at the 2014 Digital Humanities conference.
Neil Fraistat, chair of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO), delivered the following welcome during the opening ceremony at Digital Humanities 2014:
Bienvenue mes amis! I’m Neil Fraistat, the Director of MITH, the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities. In my capacity as Chair of ADHO’s Steering Committee, it is my great pleasure to welcome you to DH 2014 on behalf of our 6 constituent organizations:
If you're at Digital Humanities 2014, consider attending the annual general meetings hosted by ACH, EADH, and ADHO/centerNet:
The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) is pleased to announce that the venue of Digital Humanities 2016 will be Kraków, Poland. The conference is organized by the Jagiellonian University and the Pedagogical University of Kraków, and it will take place from 10-16 July 2016. This will be the first Digital Humanities conference held in Poland, and only the second in Central/Eastern Europe. Stay tuned for a presentation about the venue during the closing ceremony of the Digital Humanities 2014 conference.
Interested in having your project peer-reviewed in the inaugural issue of the DHCommons journal? Get started on crafting a project statement at the centerNet/ADHO lunchtime meeting at DH 2014!
The Roberto Busa Prize is an award of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organisations (ADHO). It is named in honour of Father Roberta Busa (b. 1913), the first pioneer of humanities computing, who in 1949 began experiments in linguistic automation as part of his research on the writings of Thomas Aquinas. This computational work was central to publication of the 56-volume Index Thomisticus, completed in 1980. The Busa award is given to recognise outstanding lifetime achievements in the application of information and communications technologies to humanities research.