A Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities (Day of DH) is an international celebration of technology in the service of the humanities. Join UNT librarians, faculty, staff, and students April 5, 2017 to learn about digital humanities concepts, projects, and tools. We define “digital humanities” broadly, and welcome digital scholarship practitioners from any discipline to contribute. Class projects, early stage projects, inquiries, and theoretical interventions are also welcome.

Help us build a great line up of speakers, workshops, and collaborative events. All UNT faculty, staff and students are welcome to participate and propose sessions.

Some ways you can contribute:

  • Write a “Day in the Life” blog post or record a video describing a day in your life in digital humanities.
  • Propose a hands-on workshop on a freely available tool for doing DH work.
  • Propose a demo of a commercially available tool for doing DH work.
  • Propose a workshop on digital pedagogy.
  • Organize a panel of lightning talks highlighting different projects, strategies or ideas.
  • Got other ideas? Tell us about them!

Use this form to propose your contribution. Feel free to propose more than one (so if you do a workshop, you can also do a blog post about it, or anything else, too).

Deadline for proposals is March 15, 2017. Questions? Please email digitalfrontiers@unt.edu Blog and video posts will be shared on the DH @ UNT blog. You can also follow @DH_UNT on Twitter for relevant news and updates.

Sponsored by the UNT Libraries Digital Humanities and Collaborative Programs Unit, the UNT Libraries Digital Scholarship Work Group, the Critical Digital Pedagogy Faculty Network, and Digital Frontiers.