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The ACH Co-Vice President Experiment

Following the announcement of the 2020 ACH elections results, we are publishing a post that explains how we arrived at the experiment in co-vice presidency on which ACH will embark this summer. When Quinn Dombrowski and Roopika Risam discovered they were running against each other for ACH Vice President/President Elect, it could have been awkward…Continue reading.

ACH 2020 Elections Results

The Association for Computers and the Humanities is pleased to announce the results of our 2020 elections. As in previous years, the candidate slate was exceptional, and we are grateful to so many digital humanities practitioners for stepping up and being willing to work at the organizational level. The 2020-24 ACH Executive Council members are,…Continue reading.

2018 Election Results Announced

We are pleased to announce the results of the 2018 ACH election, in which three new executive council members and a Vice President/President-Elect were elected. Kathleen Fitzpatrick was elected to serve as our next Vice President in 2018-2020, followed by a term as President in 2020-2022. Paige Morgan, Angel David Nieves, and Lauren Tilton were…Continue reading.

Published Today: ACH Statement in the Aftermath of the 2016 Election

Today, ACH has published a Statement in the Aftermath of the 2016 Election. Please read it here. The Executive Council welcomes questions and comments.

ACH 2015 Elections: Call for Nominations

Due date: Friday October 23, 2015 The Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) invites nominations for the 2015 elections, in which our members will elect: Three Executive Council members for four­-year terms (2016-2020); A new President for a two-year term (2016-2018); And, per our constitutional change last year, a Vice President/President-Elect, for two consecutive…Continue reading.

2014 Election Results Announced

We are pleased to announce the results of the 2014 ACH elections. The amendments recently made to our Constitution and Bylaws by the ACH Executive Council have been ratified by the membership. The amended version is available on the ACH website. Per the newly amended constitution, all new officer and Executive Council terms will begin…Continue reading.

Notes from 2014 Annual General Meeting

We are pleased to post notes from the 2014 AGM, which took place at the Digital Humanities conference in Lausanne, Switzerland on July 9, 2014. Please let us know if you have corrections or additions! WELCOME Hello to Bethany over our webcasting connection! Introductions of the officers and Executive Council UPDATES Over the past year…Continue reading.

ACH Annual General Meeting livestream and remote participation

The ACH Annual General Meeting will take place tomorrow, Wednesday, 9 July 2014 at 12:30pm CEST (UTC +1:00) at Digital Humanities 2014 in Lausanne, in the Amphimax Building, UNIL, Room 350/351. The meeting will be webcast live—if you are not at the conference, we hope you join us! And when we say join, we mean participate.…Continue reading.

2013 Election Results Announced

We are pleased to announce the results of the 2013 ACH elections. The amendments recently made to our Constitution and Bylaws by the ACH Executive Council have been ratified by the membership. The amended version is available on the ACH website. Per the newly amended constitution, all new officer and Executive Council terms will begin…Continue reading.

Pedagogy Lightning Talks at the Annual General Meeting at DH2013

Do you have a quick story about a student project or training model to share? Want to tell us how you organized your syllabus, or make a pitch for a new way of thinking about DH education?

The ACH will be organizing a round of Pedagogy Lightning Talks during its annual general meeting at the DH2013 Conference in Lincoln at the Nebraska Student Union from noon-1:30pm on Wednesday, July 17th. We picture this as a fast-moving series of informal talks, and an opportunity for community members to talk about a single favorite teaching strategy or project—or a failed venture that you think is a useful learning experience!