Call For Papers, Panels and Posters: Early Modern + Digital Projects and Computational Methods
Sixteenth Century Society and Conference, New Orleans, October 16-19, 2014
Following on the success of last year's "Early Modern Digital Humanities" panels in San Juan, the Sixteenth Century Society and Conference has inaugurated a "Digital Humanities track." Beginning this October in New Orleans, we plan to hold both regular panels as well as a poster session. There will also be "birds of a feather" opportunities, where scholars with similar stated interests can meet to share information or discuss potential collaborations. All sorts of digital projects are welcome, be they electronic editions of sources, discussions of digital pedagogy or digital analytic methods, argumentative papers or things entirely other.
To propose a paper, panel, or poster, please email Colin Wilder (email@example.com) by March 15, 2014. Panels may consist of any type of presentation, but are probably best suited to papers with traditional narrative arcs. The poster session is a more informal, interactive setting, best suited to projects currently in progress and non-thesis-driven presentations.
A panel report on last year's Early Modern Digital Humanities sequence in San Juan can be found here.
––Colin F. Wilder, Center for Digital Humanities, University of South Carolina
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