Digital Humanities Workshop (DHW) is a peer-reviewed international workshop focusing on applications of digital technologies to the study of the humanities with the recognition that the printed word is no longer the main medium for knowledge production and distribution.
The goal of DHW is to bring together researchers working on new ways of doing scholarship that involve collaborative, transdisciplinary, and computationally engaged research, teaching, and publishing.
DHW topics of interest are opened to:
Theoretical, epistemological, methodological or historical aspects of Digital Humanities
Digital approaches and applications in literary and linguistic fields, including computational text analysis, stylometry, authorship attribution, natural language processing and computational linguistics, digital philology and textual scholarship
Digital approaches and applications in archaeology, architecture, and art history, including image processing, 3D modeling, digital restoration
Digital history, geographic information systems applications in spatial humanities and historical studies, public history
Digital approaches in music, film, theatre, and media studies; electronic art and literature, games studies, hacker culture, networked communities, digital divides, digital activism, open/libre networks and software, etc.
Cultural heritage, digital cultural studies and research undertaken by digital cultural institutions
Social, cultural, and political aspects of Digital Humanities including digital cultural studies, digital geopolitical studies, multilingualism and multiculturalism in Digital Humanities
Emerging technologies such as physical computing, single-board computers, quantum computing, minimal computing, wearable devices, and haptic technologies applied to humanities research
Institutional aspects of Digital Humanities, interdisciplinary aspects of scholarship, open science, public humanities, societal engagement and impact of Digital Humanities
Digital Humanities pedagogy and academic curricula
Digital Research infrastructures, digital libraries and virtual research environment, critical infrastructure studies, media archaeology, etc.
Any other theme pertaining to the Digital Humanities
Authors are invited to submit full (at least 10 pages) papers through the HotCRP (https://notso.easyscience.education/dhw/2021/) by October 25, 2021.
DHW 2021 uses ACM Primary Article Templates and Publication Workflow (https://www.acm.org/publications/taps/word-template-workflow). Therefore, your submission must be prepared using Microsoft Word Submission Template (Review Submission Format) (https://www.acm.org/binaries/content/assets/publications/taps/acm_submission_template.docx) or LaTeX Primary Article Template (https://www.acm.org/binaries/content/assets/publications/consolidated-tex-template/acmart-primary.zip).
Submitted papers will be peer-reviewed by two scholars on the basis of technical quality, relevance, originality, significance, and clarity. If necessary, a third, additional reviewer will be involved. The Program Committee will use these reviews to determine which papers will be accepted for presentation at the workshop. The result of the reviewing will be announced to the submitting authors by email, along with reviewer comments, if any.
Accepted papers will be published in the ACM Digital Library within its International Conference Proceedings Series (https://dl.acm.org/icps.cfm?) in the day of workshop.
The ISBN number assigned to DHW 2021 is 978-1-4503-8736-1.
Registration fee is USD 35.
DHW 2021 program committee: https://dhw.easyscience.education/2021/#section-partner
DHW 2021 venue: Borys Grinchenko Kyiv University, 18/2 Bulvarno-Kudriavska Str., Kyiv, 04053, Ukraine
Contacts: Iryna Mintii, +380983516035, email@example.com