The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) invites submission of proposals for its annual conference, July 10-14, 2023 at the University of Graz, Austria.
As digital humanists, we develop methods, tools and services to study the material and intellectual manifestations of the human record. We are also a strong community which relies on collaboration and multidisciplinarity as the cornerstones of our work. DH2023 at the University of Graz will be the first face-to-face ADHO conference since the COVID pandemic. We are looking forward to exploring the state of the art in DH and related disciplines, reconnecting with colleagues and introducing new scholars to the field with a particular geographic focus on Southeastern Europe. Less than 30 miles from the border to Slovenia, the city of Graz is the Austrian gateway to the Balkans, facilitating a lively scientific, economic and cultural exchange with South-Eastern Europe. Both the overarching conference theme — “Collaboration as Opportunity” — and this particular regional context should help us rethink what it means to work together in both physical and virtual spaces and, more broadly, what it means to do humanistic research digitally against the background of global economic, political and environmental crises. Is there a revolutionary potential to what we do?
More information about the submission types and where to submit a proposal:
(Registration and Submission will open September 6, 2022)
Deadline for Submissions: 25 October 2022 Hawaii Standard Time (GMT-10)
Notification of Acceptances: 8 March 2023
The theme of the 2023 conference is “Collaboration as Opportunity.” Proposals that relate to the South-Eastern Europe theme are particularly invited, but submissions from all who work in all Digital Humanities disciplines, methodologies, and pedagogies are encouraged. With respect for the significant number of languages in which DH is conducted, the organizers have determined that the conference will be conducted in English so as to include the work of as many scholars as possible.