CFP Digitorium 2019, University of Alabama (October 10-12, 2019)

Submissions for Digitorium 2019 are now open.

We’re very excited to invite proposals for Digitorium 2019, a multi-disciplinary Digital Humanities conference held at the University of Alabama from October 10-12, 2019. We seek proposals from a range of people including those who are brand new in the field of Digital Humanities, experienced scholars, and anybody in-between to create an inclusive environment where everybody can learn something from each other.

Consequences of Digital Technologies for History: A Roundtable Discussion on the Digital Future of the Historian’s Craft

Chair: William G. Thomas III, University of Nebraska–Lincoln 
• Andreas Fickers, Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History 
• Lara Putnam, University of Pittsburgh 
• Jason Rhody, Social Science Research Council 
• Jennifer Guiliano, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis

Documentary Editions and the Future of Digital History: Advancing Fields and Field-Driven Historical Infrastructure in the Digital Age

Chair: R. Darrell Meadows, National Historical Publications and Records Commission

• Leslie Rowland, University of Maryland, College Park 
• Tenisha Armstrong, Martin Luther King Jr. Papers Project at Stanford University 
• Andrew Torget, University of North Texas 
• Joshua Rothman, University of Alabama

Intersections Digital and Public: Emerging Perspectives on Digital Pedagogy, Scholarship, and Audience Engagement

Chair: Tom Scheinfeldt, University of Connecticut, Storrs 
• Marc Reyes, University of Connecticut, Storrs
• Emily Esten, Brown University 
• Matthew Reeves, University of Missouri–Kansas City

Podcasting: History's Future in the Digital Age?

Chair and Commentator: Edward L. Ayers, University of Richmond 
• Graham Peck, Saint Xavier University 
• Edward O’Donnell, College of the Holy Cross 
• Liz Covart, Omohundro Institute/Ben Franklin’s World 
• Nicole Hemmer, Miller Center, University of Virginia 
• Julie Golia, Brooklyn Historical Society

Reinterpreting the American State: Digital History's Intervention

Chair: Susan Schulten, University of Denver
Commentators: Susan Schulten, University of Denver; Gregory Downs, University of California, Davis

• Cameron Blevins, Northeastern University
• Jamie Pietruska, Rutgers University–New Brunswick
• Benjamin Hoy, University of Saskatchewan
• Nicole Phelps, University of Vermon


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