We are thrilled to welcome Erdal Ayan and Anna Sofia Lippolis as ADHO's 2021 Communications Fellows:
**UPDATE: The application/nomination deadline has been extended to 15 June 2021.**
The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) seeks applications for the following positions from committed individuals who would like to participate in Digital Humanities leadership on a global scale:
The annual Digital Humanities conference coordinated by ADHO will not be held in 2021. ADHO’s Constituent Organizations Board has voted to focus efforts on supporting regional conferences currently coordinated by ADHO’s Constituent Organizations and their Associate Organizations and partners. To this end, we have dedicated dh2021.adho.org to providing information about the various virtual and in-person events being hosted throughout the year.
The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) seeks applicants for its two 2021 Communications Fellowships, each of which comes with a stipend of €500 (Euros).
The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) Awards Committee is seeking nominations for the 2022 Antonio Zampolli Prize.
The following was originally posted on the EADH website. ADHO also wishes to extend condolences to Professor Wisbey's family, friends, and colleagues.
It is with great sadness that we inform our community of the death of Roy Wisbey, who has passed away aged 91 (13.6.1929 - 21.10.2020). Prof. Wisbey has been a founder member and first Chair of the Association of Literary and Linguistic Computing (now EADH), as much as founder of our journal "Literary and Linguistic Computing" (now "DSH").
The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) promotes and supports digital research and teaching across arts and humanities disciplines. In doing so, it draws together humanists engaged in digital and computer-assisted research, teaching, creation, dissemination, and beyond, in all areas reflected by its diverse membership.
The global ADHO community deeply mourns the loss of our friend and colleague Stéfan Sinclair (most recently of McGill University in Montréal). In sharing this heartfelt statement by Stéfan’s colleagues from ADHO’s Constituent Organization in Canada, CSDH/SCHN, we wish also to commemorate Stéfan’s many and lasting contributions to the life and work of our whole international community.
We regret to announce that the formal relationship between the Humanist Discussion Group and ADHO has been dissolved. This change has come at the request of Humanist’s moderator, Prof. Willard McCarty. We are hugely grateful for the enormous service Humanist provides to the international digital humanities community, and we wish Willard and Humanist all the best for the future.