The call for proposals for the Digital Humanities 2015 conference is open now, with abstracts for papers, panels and posters due by 3 November 2014. See the CFP for more information.

DH2015 will be the first of the international Digital Humanities annual conferences held outside of Europe and North America in its 26-year history. It will be hosted by the Digital Humanities Research Group at the University of Western Sydney, in partnership with the State Library of New South Wales, 29 June-3 July 2015.

aaDH is pleased to announce that 5 x $500 travel bursaries are available, on a competitive basis, to enable emerging and early career scholars and practitioners from Australia and New Zealand to attend and present their research. There are a further 10 x $1000 iVEC bursaries that have generously been provided for travel from Western Australia. For details see DH2015.


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