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 on three-year rotating basis between Europe, North America and the rest of the world. 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.
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.
Also of interest to ACH members
- CSDH/SCHN Annual Conferences in Canada
- 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
- DLF Forum