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Call for Papers - Italiano
Call for Papers - Español
The deadline is extended to November 25, 24:00, UT (Universal Time = GMT).
The joint international conference is the oldest established meeting of scholars working at the intersection
of advanced information technologies and the humanities, annually attracting a distinguished international
community at the forefront of their fields.
Submissions are invited on all topics concerning digital humanities, e.g.
- text analysis, corpora, language processing, language learning
- knowledge management for digital humanities resources
- computer-based research in cultural and historical studies
- computing applications for the arts, architecture, and music
- research issues such as
o information design, modelling, and management
o the cultural impact of new media
- the role of digital humanities in academic curricula
Submissions may be of three types:
- Papers. The submission should be of 1500 words maximum. The duration of the paper is 20-25
minutes. Submissions are peer reviewed.
- Poster presentations and software demonstrations. This is especially suitable for work in progress
to be discussed with delegates. Poster presentations will be reviewed on the same criteria as paper
- Sessions. These can be either 3-paper sessions or panel discussions on a chosen topic. Sessions
will be peer reviewed on the same criteria as paper presentations.
The extended deadline for abstracts is November 25, 2007.
Presenters will be notified of acceptance February 13, 2008.
The call for papers is closed.