This workshop, which is part of the 14th Conference of the Contemporary History Association (AHC), addresses the field of historical game studies, a new discipline that approaches the study of ludic cultural artefacts that make sense of the past through narratives build from the interaction between the player and the game’s set of rules.
Dr. Nathalie Ferrand (École Normale Supérieure / Institut des Textes et Manuscrits Modernes, Paris)
Dr. Sandro Jung (Herzog August Bibliothek, Wolfenbüttel)
Dr. Sarah Tindal Kareem (University of California, Los Angeles)
The International Conference on Intelligent Informatics and Biomedical Sciences (ICIIBMS) succeeded at both events in 2015 and 2017 to attract more than 150 participants from 18 countries. ICIIBMS still conveys its aims to create an opportunity to top technology leaders, scholars, engineers, scientists, leading industry leaders as well as graduate students to share ideas and discuss latest results. We invite you to submit original technical papers to this conference.
Workshop at TU Darmstadt, September 13th/14th 2018
The general use of digital maps and mapping has increased dramatically over the last years. Parallel to this boom in mapping the diffusion of Geographic Information Systems (GIS) rose with the ubiquitous use of digital data, devices and the internet. Maps and map-based information are not only everyday companions on our cell-phones, weather and traffic maps, they also move more and more into the focus of the Humanities.
Thinking Through Complexity
University of Bayreuth, 6th & 7th April 2018
Deadline for submissions: 31st Jan 2018
Call for Papers
2018 Annual Meeting of the Society for the History of Discoveries
Where: Golden, Colorado
When: 20-22 September 2018 with tour on 23 September
Venue: Colorado School of Mines
The IEEE Annals of the History of Computing invites submissions for a special issue titled “Governance in the History of Computing.” Edited by Gerardo Con Diaz (University of California, Davis), this special issue will showcase how formal and informal forms of governance (from law and policy to self-policing) have shaped the history of computing broadly conceived.