Digital Frontiers is a conference and community that explores creativity and collaboration across disciplinary boundaries in the arena of public humanities and cultural memory. Established in 2012 to respond to the need for an affordable, high-quality conference that addressed the emerging field of digital humanities from a variety of perspectives, Digital Frontiers is a truly interdisciplinary experience. The conference brings together scholars and students, librarians and archivists, genealogists and public historians to share their experience of using digital resources in the humanities.
In 2018, the Digital Frontiers community is joining forces with the Digital Humanities Forum held annually at University of Kansas’s Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities(IDRH). These two dynamic communities unite to celebrate digital scholarship as a diverse and growing field of humanist inquiry. The theme for the 2018 Digital Frontiers/IDRH Conference is Finding Community in Digital Humanities.… Continue reading Digital Frontiers 2018
The #DF18KU program is shaping up! Here’s a map of institutions of confirmed presenters:
There’s still time to submit for Digital Frontiers 2018! The theme for the 2018 Digital Frontiers/IDRH Conference is Finding Community in Digital Humanities. The Digital Frontiers Program Committee invites proposals exploring how we form or find community in digital scholarship. The planning committee practices intentional inclusion and encourages submissions from researchers, students, librarians archivists, genealogists, historians, information… Continue reading Deadline for #DF18KU Extended to 4/22
You’re invited to join the Digital Frontiers Community as a sponsor! The 2018 conference theme is “Finding Community in Digital Humanities,” and will bring together a broad range of constituents who create or use digital collections or tools for humanities work, including scholars, educators, genealogists, archivists, technologists, librarians, and students. Rasheedah Phillips and Lauren Klein… Continue reading Support
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The Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities provides resources and training in the practices and tools of the digital humanities, facilitating interdisciplinary academic collaborations, innovative research, and external funding opportunities.