From Monday 3 to Wednesday 5 July 2017 Utrecht University will host the fourth DHBenelux Conference. We invite submissions of abstracts before Wednesday 15 February 2017, 23:59 CET, on any aspect of digital humanities and digital social sciences, ranging from practical applications to methodology and theory. We particularly encourage PhD students and junior researchers to submit abstracts.
Relevant subjects can be any of - but are not limited to - the following:
- Application of digital technology in literary, linguistic, cultural, and historical studies.
- Exploration and analysis of multimedia resources.
- Text mining and image mining (e.g. stylometry, topic modelling, sentiment mining).
- Digital media, digitization, curation of digital objects.
- Software development, systems design and information modelling.
- Interfaces, augmented reality, serious gaming.
- Design and application of algorithms.
- Infrastructures and virtual research environments.
- Ethnography and user studies.
- Critical study of digital arts, architecture, music, film, theatre, new media, video games.
- Ethical, social and economic aspects of digitality and digital humanities.
- Didactics of digital humanities.
To submit your proposal, please go to the DHBenelux 2017 Submission page for instructions.
Digital Humanities Benelux Conference
The DHBenelux Conference aims to disseminate digital humanities projects in Belgium, the Netherlands and Luxemburg, and foster collaboration between them. The conference serves as a platform for DH researchers and offers an opportunity for members of the DH community to meet, present research, demonstrate tools, and discuss projects. The conference is open
to everyone, including researchers from outside the Benelux.