News

Appel à Propositions: Association for Computers and the Humanities 2021

Anglais | Espagnol Date limite : 28 février 2021 Soumission de propositions : : https://www.conftool.org/ach2021/ Le deuxième colloque de l’Association for Computers and Humanities (ACH) aura lieu en ligne en raison de la crise sanitaire. Informations générales L’ACH est la société savante qui représente principalement les États-Unis au sein de l’Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO). Le colloque ACH…Continue reading.

Convocatoria: Association for Computers and the Humanities 2021

Francés | Inglés Fecha límite: 28 de febrero de 2021 Entregar propuesta a través de: : https://www.conftool.org/ach2021/ El segundo congreso de la Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) se llevará a cabo de forma virtual del 22-23 de julio de 2021. (Esperamos celebrar la ACH 2022 en Houston,Texas, en persona y con un componente…Continue reading.

Call for Proposals: Association for Computers and the Humanities 2021

French | Spanish Deadline: February 28, 2021 Submit a proposal: https://www.conftool.org/ach2021/ The second annual Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) conference will take place virtually on July 22-23, 2021. (ACH plans to host an in-person conference with a virtual component in 2022 in Houston, Texas.) Conference Description ACH is the United States-based constituent organization in the…Continue reading.

DeEtta Jones & Associates to Work with ACH on Racial Justice Review

In June, The Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) released our Statement on Black Lives Matter, Structural Racism, and Our Organization. In keeping with our commitments to action, we are proud to announce DeEtta Jones & Associates (DJA) as our external partner in conducting a systematic review of ACH policies and organizational culture as…Continue reading.

Introducing “Portraits in DH”

— Patricia Hswe, ACH Communications and Outreach Officer This past summer, in the wake of nationwide protests against police brutality and the murder of George Floyd, the ACH Executive Council published a statement expressing our solidarity with the #BlackLivesMatter movement.  We are committed to strengthening our anti-racist practices in Association governance, in the activities that…Continue reading.

ACH and Humanist

Humanist has long been an important resource for members of the ACH community. Willard McCarty has recently made the decision to end its relationship with ACH. We regret that this relationship has come to an end, and we wish the Humanist community well in the future.

ACH Discussion: DH Mentoring

Join ACH Exec Council members for the first in a discussion series on mentoring and professional development in digital humanities. This session, from 4-5 PM Eastern / 3-4 PM Central / 1-2 PM Pacific on September 22nd, will feature short statements from Quinn Dombrowski (Stanford University), Angel David Nieves (Northeastern University), and Brandon Walsh (University…Continue reading.

RFP, Racial Justice Consultant

The Association for Computers and the Humanities is an international scholarly society in operation since 1978 (more info and history). ACH recently issued a statement on Black Lives Matter, structural racism, and the measures the organization intends to take in order to further its anti-racist goals. Chief among those goals is engaging a paid external…Continue reading.

New ACH Liaison Volunteers

Welcome to our newest group of ACH liaison volunteers from regional digital humanities groups! These folks will work with the Affiliation & Liaisons Committee to advance the mission of ACH through communication, outreach, and partnerships with digital humanities-centric communities, groups, and organizations.  Hélène Huet is the European Studies Librarian at the University of Florida (UF)…Continue reading.

ACH Statement on Black Lives Matter, Structural Racism, and Our Organization

The Association for Computers and the Humanities stands in solidarity with the Black Lives Matter (BLM) protest movement. ACH Statement on Black Lives Matter, Structural Racism, and Our Organization