The Roberto Busa Prize is an award of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organisations (ADHO). It is named in honour of Father Roberto Busa, the first pioneer of humanities computing, who in 1949 began experiments in linguistic automation, with the support of the IBM offices in New York and Milan, as part of his analytical research on the writings of Thomas Aquinas. The computational work was central to the thirty years of research whose published output was the 56-volume Index Thomisticus, completed in 1980.
Registration is now open for the DH2017 conference at McGill University, Montréal, Quebec from 8-11 August 2017. Details below, and on the DH2017 site.
Registration for DH2017 is now open via conftool. Early registration fees are available until June 7th. Registration will close on August 1st. Fees for workshops can be paid at the same time. (Participants in workshops must be registered for the conference.)
Join our team! The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) seeks applicants for its 2017-18 Communications Fellowship.
The Program Committee are delighted to have Kim Christen and Marin Dacos as keynote speakers for DH2017. They have been invited as internationally renowned scholars working on issues of access (the conference theme).
The Chair of the ADHO Steering Committee writes: ADHO is sharply aware of the uncertain political situation in the US, especially in relation to the travel restrictions that were announced, and of the impact this may have on DH in general and all DH conferences to come.
The ADHO Conference Coordinating Committee invites proposals to host the Digital Humanities conference in 2020. According to the three-year rotation adopted by the ADHO steering committee in 2014, DH2020 will be hosted in the US or Canada. (Please see ADHO's Statement on International Conference Travel.)
The Japanese Association for Digital Humanities is pleased to announce its sixth annual conference, to be held at Doshisha University, Kyoto, Japan, September 11-12, 2017.
DHQuarterly starts 2017 with some great news - the journal is now indexed in Thomson Reuters' Web of Science, in the Emerging Sources Citation Index.
One of the most frequent queries DHQ gets is "What is your Impact Factor?". The digital humanities journal does not yet have one. IFs are generated by Thomson Reuters. It is very hard for an independently published, open access journal to get an IF.
The DH2017 Program Committee invites proposals for workshops and tutorials. Proposals may be submitted here: https://www.conftool.pro/dh2017/. The submission deadline is February 17, 2017 at 11:59 GMT.
The ADHO Communications Fellows have created a new monthly digest of DH news from around the internet. Included are announcements from ADHO and its constituent groups, committees and SIGs, CFPs, upcoming conferences, job listings, and other stories of interest. This month's digest is now live on Storify at https://storify.com/ADHOrg/november-2016.