[GeoHumanities SIG] CFP: The 8th International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities (Taipei)

Kathy Weimer kathy.weimer at rice.edu
Mon Jul 17 17:14:39 CEST 2017


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Call for Papers/Panels/Posters


The 8th International Conference of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities


Conference Theme: Digital Humanities Evolving: Past, Present, and Future


Venue: National Chengchi University, Taipei

Dates: November 29 – December 1, 2017


URL: http://www.aiecon.org/conference/DADH2017/index.htm


While the debates over the definition, landsca pe, and scale of  
digital humanities continue, digital humanists seem to have a  
consensus that digital humanities are constantly evolving and facing  
new challenges.  Take big data as an example.  Technologies  
automatically and instantly archive what people say, what people do,  
and even what people think.  The rich information provided by big data  
leads humanities research to a new frontier that can hardly be  
imagined by classical humanists.  However, the self-archived data  
contain real, virtual, and even fake contents.  How shall digi tal  
archivists and digital humanists embrace big data and big data  
analytics?  Alternatively, will the ubiquitous digitization transform  
human culture and make “digital humanities” simply become “humanities”?



Digitalization involves computing.  Digital humanists share the same  
tools with computational social scientists to extract information, to  
analyze social network, a nd to perform geospatial analysis.  Digital  
humanists have also attempted to apply the tools of computational  
social sciences to model and simulate the complex human experiences.    
In the meanwhile, computational social scientists are exploring  
sentiment modeling.  When the research tools and topics of interest  
become common, how far can digital humanists and social scientists  
collaborate to gain deeper insights into common research problems and  
cope with shared challenges?



Continuing the legacy of the past 7 annual conferences of DADH, we  
welcome the submissions of paper or poster abstracts and panel  
proposals related to, but not limited to, the aforementioned issues,  
digital technologies and applications, interdisciplinary research in  
humanities and social sciences with the use of digital data,  
theoretical and epistemological considerations in digital humanities,  
digital humanities education, digital arts and music, digital  
infrastructure, cultural heritage, and internet analysis.


Submission Guidelines
◾Submission of a single paper abstract, poster abstract, or a panel  
proposal is welcomed.

◾All submissions are to be done online (website:   
http://www.aiecon.org/conference/DADH2017/submission.htm).

◾Submitted abstract for a single paper or poster should contain  
1,000-3,000 words.


◾Submitted panel proposal should contain at least 1,500 words.  The  
panel proposal should provide an overview and the abstracts of 3-4  
papers.



Post-Conference Publication

All authors who attend the conference will be invited to submit  
revised papers to the special issues of the following journals:

New Mathematics and Natural Computation (World Scientific)

Journal of Digital Archives and Digital Humanities (Taiwanese  
Association for Digital Humanities)



Detailed information will be announced later.




Important Dates

◾2017/07/31:Paper/Poster/Panel submission due


◾2017/08/31:Acceptance Notification due


◾2017/10/04� ��Early registrations due


◾2017/11/04:Presenter registrations due


◾2017/11/24:Registrations due


◾2017/11/29-12/01:Conference Dates




Sponsors:

AI-Econ Research Center

National Chengchi University

Research Center for Digital Humanities, National Taiwan University

Taiwanese Association for Digital Humanities




Te Cheng Lu Phd.


AI-Econ Research Center

National Chengchi University




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