The annual Digital Humanities conference is the highlight of ACH’s activities and a time when great numbers of the international DH community meet face-to-face. Held in alternating years in Europe and North America, the Digital Humanities conference welcomes digital humanities scholars and practitioners from a huge range of disciplines and professional areas: faculty and students, librarians, archivists, technologists, project and center directors, and many more. The conference is broadly international and interdisciplinary in scope.
DH2014 is jointly hosted by the University of Lausanne (UNIL) and Ecole Polytechnique Fédérale de Lausanne (EPFL). The ACH will sponsor a host of activities, which you can learn about on our DH 2014 page.
Contributions to the conference take a variety of forms and may be deliberately experimental: papers (long and short), posters and demos, panel discussions, and social media. Selected presentations are published as a special issue of LLC and may appear in other ADHO journals as well.
- Archive of past conferences
- Browse the DH abstracts database (prototype, URL may change)
- Student bursaries are available to help defray travel costs (past winners)
Other ADHO conferences
- CSDH/SCHN Annual Conference, May 26–28, at the 2014 Congress of the Social Sciences and Humanities, Brock University, Ontario.
Also of interest to ACH members
- ACH sessions at MLA, the annual convention of the Modern Language Association
- DHSI: Digital Humanities Summer Institute at the University of Victoria
- THATCamp: regional DH unconferences taking place in different locations throughout the year
- Text Encoding Initiative Conference: Next meeting is Nov 7-10, 2012 at Texas A & M University