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CFP: ACH2024, November 2024 (virtual)

The Association for Computers and the Humanities seeks proposals for ACH 2024, our virtual conference, to be held online November 6-8, 2024. We welcome a broad range of topics, with a particular emphasis on social justice in multiple contexts: anti-racist work, Indigenous studies, cultural and critical ethnic studies, intersectional feminism, postcolonial and decolonial studies, disability studies, and queer studies. We also prioritize proposals that explicitly address multilingualism in digital humanities, which is itself a matter of social justice.
Areas of digital humanities scholarship that are relevant to the conference include but are not limited to:
 • AI and its consequences • Digital and computational approaches to humanistic research and pedagogy • Digital cultural heritage • Digital surveillance • Environmental humanities & climate justice • Digital humanities tools and infrastructures • Digital librarianship • Digital media, art, literature, history, music, film, and games • Digital public humanities • Humanistic and ethical approaches to data science and data visualization • Humanistic research on digital objects and cultures • Humanities knowledge infrastructures • Labor and organization in digital humanities • Physical computing • Resource creation, curation, and engagement • Use of digital technologies to write, publish, and review scholarship
Submission types include: papers (12-15 minutes), lightning talks (5 minutes), posters, panels (1 hour and 15 minutes), roundtables (1 hour and 15 minutes), installations and performances, and alternate formats (variable length). 
The deadline for ACH 2024 is May 20, 2024. The full CFP is available in English, Spanish, French, Italian, and Korean at: Submit at Questions can be directed to the conference committee at
2024 Conference CommitteeConference Co-Chairs: Pamella Lach (San Diego State University) and Sylvia Fernández (University of Texas at San Antonio)Program Co-Chairs: Maira E. Álvarez (University of Texas at Austin) and Rini Bhattacharya Mehta (University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign)Technical Chair: Liz Grumbach (Arizona State University)Communications Lead: Caterina Agostini (Indiana University Bloomington)Volunteers Lead: Jessica BrodeFrank (University of Illinois Chicago)Registration Lead: Anna Kijas (Tufts University)Sponsorship and Promotion Lead: Eduard Arriaga (Clark University)Regional Hub Lead: Matthew Hannah (Purdue University)
Additional Committee Members: Andy Janco (University of Pennsylvania)Dorothy Berry (National Museum of African-American History and Culture)John Knox (University of North Carolina at Wilmington)
Additional Program Committee members will be announced.