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.
Digital Frontiers and the University of North Texas Department of Philosophy and Religion Present: An Interdisciplinary Conference on Star Wars, Episodes VII, VIII & IX May 2–4, 2019, University of North Texas, Denton, TX, USA Call for Papers: Although Star Wars: Episode IV–A New Hope may have started out on shaky ground, its cinematic release… Continue reading Realizing Resistance
Save the Date: September 26-28, 2019 Featuring Keynote Speakers Alex Gil Columbia University Dorothy Kim Brandeis University Call for Proposals Opens January 15, 2019 More Information Coming Soon!
Individual Donations | Sponsorship Opportunities Individual Donations We welcome individual donations of any amount. You can contribute directly to the Student Scholarship Fund, which offsets registration costs for students presenting at the conference, or make an unencumbered donation to support the wide range of Digital Frontiers activities. View donation options in the Digital Frontiers Store.… Continue reading Support
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