The Digital Humanities Utah Executive Committee invites proposals for presentations at DHU8 (February 23–24, 2024). DHU8 will take place in person only at Marriott Library, University of Utah. Proposals are due by November 1, 2023.
DHU invites submissions for 15-minute panel presentations, complete panels, roundtable discussions, or hands-on workshops related to any aspect of Digital Humanities research. Topics of interest include, but are not limited to:
- Computational and digital approaches to humanistic research (e.g., distant reading/viewing)
- Humanistic examinations of the computational and the digital (e.g., video games, social media, NFTs, etc.)
- DH pedagogy
- Digital librarianship
- DH tools and infrastructures
- Physical computing
- Digital publishing
- Public scholarship
- AI tools and methods
Ethical AI Session
Included in DHU8, we will be hosting a special session on Ethical Artificial Intelligence on Friday morning (Feb. 23 from 9am to 12pm).
Six 15-minute panel presentations will be selected from the general CFP to fill two featured panels. If selected, we request that the presenter also lead a small breakout session on AI in the final hour of the program. If you would like to have your presentation considered for inclusion in the Ethical AI special session, please indicate this on your submission form.
Note: Only 15-minute panel presentations will be considered for this session (no complete panels, roundtables, or hands-on workshops). Proposals not selected for the Ethical AI session, will still be considered for the general CFP.