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Call for Nominations: ACH Executive Council Representatives & Vice-President/President-Elect

Due date for nominations (name, email address): December 1st, 2019 Due date for candidate materials (2 written answers): December 15, 2019 The Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) is a major U.S.-based professional society for the digital humanities. The ACH seeks nominations for three new Executive Council representatives and for the position of Vice-President/President…Continue reading.

ACH 2019 Elections: Results

The results of the ACH elections are in! Anna Kijas, Zoe LeBlanc, and Rebecca Sutton-Koeser were elected to serve in the Executive Council for the 2019-2023 term. Their terms will start at the close of the annual summer Executive Council meeting, which will take place at the ACH 2019 conference in Pittsburgh, PA. As always,…Continue reading.

ACH 2019 Elections: Candidate Statements

Below are the statements from our candidates for the ACH 2019 election. We are happy to offer our members a diverse slate of 14 potential candidates for the 3 new regular member spots on the ACH Executive Council (current members here). This year, we do not have any openings for new officers (e.g. President, Secretary).…Continue reading.

ACH2018 Elections: Candidate Statements

Below are the statements from our candidates for the ACH2018 election. Executive Candidates (in alphabetical order by last name): Ashley Byock Biography:¬†Ashley Byock is an Associate Professor of English and founding director of the Digital Humanities Social Justice Initiative (DH/SJI) at Edgewood College, a small liberal arts college in Madison, Wisconsin. I founded this program…Continue reading.