The Association for History and Computing (AHC) exists to encourage and maintain interest in the use of computers in all types of historical studies at all levels, in both teaching and research.
Deadline approaching: Register by September 5 for free digital project consultations at ASA 2015!
Dear scholars and information technologists,
I am writing you on behalf of the Digital Liberal Arts Exchange (DLAx), a group of colleges and universities, with support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, investigating the creation of an exchange through which a network of librarians, scholars, and others will be able to collaboratively create digital scholarship through shared resources. You can learn more about this effort and the participants at http://dlaexchange.wordpress.com.
Submissions are invited for a conference to be held at the University of Tasmania, 22-24 June 2016 on the digital humanities and the history of prisons, the law, courts and convict transportation systems. The conference will address ways in which the increasing amounts of data generated by criminal justice systems available in digital form can be used to shed light on the past. An exciting aspect of the meeting is that it represents an opportunity to bring together researchers from four existing high profile collaborations: