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CFP: Calling for Proposals to Host Day of DH in 2017 and 2018

A Day in the Life of the Digital Humanities (Day of DH) is an open community initiative sponsored by centerNet that each year brings together scholars interested in the digital humanities from around the world to document what they do on one day. The goal is to create a website that weaves together a picture of the participants’ activities on the day and which answers the question, ‘Just what do digital humanists really do?’ Participants document their day through photographs and text, all of which is published on a community online platform, forming a record of the day.

DiRT becomes a centerNet initiative

The DiRT directory and centerNet are pleased to announce that the DiRT directory has been adopted as the newest centerNet initiative. As a directory of tools for digital research, maintained by an international community of volunteers, DiRT will benefit from closer ties to centerNet’s member centers around the world, as well as to centerNet’s DHCommons project directory.


New Scholars Seminar in Digital Humanities

June 29-30th, 2015 at the University of Western Sydney

CHCI, centerNet and UWS are collaborating to organize a pre-conference seminar for new scholars interested in the digital humanities. They have arranged for support for up to 10 scholars from outside Australia and 5 scholars resident in Australia to help with the costs of transportation and accommodation to the seminar in Sydney. An additional 10 bursaries are available under a separate scheme for research students from the University of Western Sydney.


Board members nominated

The centerNet nominations committee has prepared a balanced slate for the upcoming centerNet International Executive Council election to be held in late February and early March. New board members assume office immediately after the DH 2015 conference. Members in good standing will receive ballots.

centerNet's new site

As you can tell, centerNet Inc. has a new website! Many thanks to Quinn Dombrowski (UC-Berkeley—special appreciation!), David Rettenmaier (MITH), Jean Bauer (Princeton) and Karin Dalziel (Nebraska). Other content and functionality will be coming soon.

Assistantships for the New Scholars Seminar @ DH 2015

At DH2015, centerNet and the Consortium of Humanities Centers and Institutes (CHCI) are providing joint funds to assist 10 graduate students to attend a New Scholars Seminar (NSS), a one-day event immediately preceding DH 2015 at the University of Western Sydney (UWS) in Sydney, Australia next July. It would be designed to help new scholars affiliated with CHCI centres develop a shared vision of the next generation of digital humanities research and encourage the networked research collaborations that will help bring that vision about.

Agenda for Transitional International Executive Steering Committee Meeting at DH2014

2014 is a transitional year for centerNet as we adopt our new governance structure. Consequently, this International Executive Meeting will be highly participatory, with extended time for unstructured group work and sharing of ideas, in the THATCamp or Unconference Model (also known as Open Space Technologies).

DHCommons Founding International Editorial Board

DHCommons has a new editorial board! As centerNet’s flagship publication, DHCommons has taken on the task of peer reviewing mid-stage digital humanities projects from around the world in multiple languages. These new board members will assist the Founding Co-Editors-in-Chief Ryan Cordell (Northeastern University), Isabel Galina (Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México), and Laurent Romary (Humboldt Universität Berlin and INRIA) to prepare DHCommons’ Vision Statement, Submission Guidelines, and Review Guidelines.

Call for participation in DíaHD (Día de Humanidades Digitales)

Call for participation in DíaHD (Día de Humanidades Digitales) to be held on 10th of June 2013. Similar to DayofDH the aim of the project is to document for one day what digital humanists do. This particular version focuses on digital humanists from Portuguese and Spanish speaking countries or researchers from other parts of the world that work primarily in these languages.

We hope to provide a forum that will help us identify digital humanists in these regions as well as providing them with the opportunity to share their work:


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