[globaloutlookDH-l] CFP: Intersectionality in Digital Humanities, September 15th to 17th

B. Bordalejo barbara.bordalejo at arts.kuleuven.be
Mon May 9 11:31:21 MDT 2016


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/*Intersectionality in Digital Humanities*

The last few years have witnessed a movement towards a more open and 
inclusive Digital Humanities field. The Alliance for Digital Humanities 
Organizations has appointed a Multilingualism/Multiculturalism committee 
to address these issues and accepted a special interest group, 
GlobalOutlook ::Digital Humanities, to try to break down barriers 
between countries in the Global North and the Global 
South.Intersectional studies are also developing within DH to try to 
bring a plurality of voices into the conversation.

KU Leuven’s Digital Humanities Task Force invites individual paper 
proposals, panel sessions, poster sessions, and tool demonstrations 
related to intersectionality in Digital Humanities.

Meeting venue: KU Leuven

Dates: September 15^th to 17^th (immediately after the Digital 
Humanities Summer School, September 12^th to 14th).

Confirmedplenaryspeakers include:

Deb Verhoeven (Deakin University)

Roopika Risam (Salem State University)

Daniel O’Donnell (University of Lethbridge)

Alex Gil (Columbia University)

Padmini Ray Murray (Srishti School of Art,Designand Technology)

Melissa Terras (University College London)

Topics might include but are not restricted to:

Development and evaluation of feminist, gender, queer, and disability 
studies in Digital Humanities

Digital manifestations of critical race studies

Digital Humanities and activism

Collaborations between digital humanities specialists and scholars in 
other fields

Born-digital critical and creative initiatives in cultural history

Histories and futures of the digital

Editorial initiatives, digitization and curation of primary texts, 
representation of manuscripts and the writing process

Inquiry into texts, networks, and historical processes via visualization 
and strategies, e.g. distant reading, big data, etc.

Authorship and collaboration: the work of women and other historically 
marginalized writers, traditional models of scholarship, and new 
conditions of digital research and new media

Identities and diversity in new media: born-digital arts in word, sound, 
and image, in genres including documentaries, blogs, graphic novels, 
memoirs, hypertexts and eLiterature

Conditions of production: diversity in academia, publishing, library, 
information science, or programming, past and present

Cultural and political implications of particular tools or digital modes 
of presentation

Pedagogical objectives, practices, environments

Dissemination, accessibility, and sustainabilitychallengesfaced by 
digital projects

Detecting and managing bias in text corpora for linguistic research

Strategiesfordealing with bias in historical research based on large 
datasets

Gender in music canonisation

Please send 350-word abstracts tobarbara.bordalejo at kuleuven.be 
<mailto:barbara.bordalejo at kuleuven.be>. The deadline for this call is 
May 30^th , 2016.

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