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. When the diversity of disciplines, technologies, and communities involved in DH converge, we are often confronted with novel and/or previously uninvestigated approaches to the field. How do these aspects overlap? Where do they diverge? Each community brings its own voice and perspective, often urging us to interrogate the assumptions hidden within our own work. This conference’s theme asks participants to examine these intersections and bring us into dialogue with one another. Aside from disciplinary and research communities in the Digital Humanities, we also frame communities as those of lived experiences: international communities, marginalized communities and communities of resistance, classroom communities, digital communities, and others.
Call for Proposals is now closed.
And Local Partners:
KU College of Liberal Arts & Sciences
The Franklin Murphy Lecture Fund of the Kress Foundation Department of Art History
Spencer Museum of Art
KU Information & Telecommunication Technology Center
KU Department of English
KU School of Journalism
KU Department of African & African American Studies
KU Department of Anthropology