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.
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.
Session 487Saturday, January 5 at 12:00 PMAcapulco Room, Hyatt RegencyChicago, IL#mla19 #s487 In 2011, Tanya Clement and Dave Lester convened an NEH-supported conversation titled Off the Tracks, which led to the eventual publication of the Collaborators’ Bill of Rights. Prompted by this year’s presidential theme–Textual Transactions–this guaranteed panel supported by the Association for Computer in…Continue reading.
Co-sponsored with the MLA Committee on Scholarly Editions Co-organizers: Susan Brown (MLA Committee for Scholarly Editions) and Lisa Rhody (Association for Computers and the Humanities) Date: Friday, January 4, 2019Time: 10:15 – 11:30 AMRoom: Hyatt Regency, Gold CoastSession: 245Social Media: #MLA19 #s245 The following information is also available as a Google Doc, which will be used…Continue reading.
Please note the deadlines have been extended! Due date for nominations: December 15th, 2018 Due date for materials (bio and candidate statements): December 31, 2018 The Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) invites nominations for the 2019 elections, in which our members will elect three Executive Council members for four-year terms (2019-2023). We seek…Continue reading.
The Association for Computers and the Humanities was delighted to support the participation of ten early career scholars from across the globe in the DH2018 conference held in Mexico City. We thank these students for their participation in the conference and for reflecting upon their experiences in the posts below: Melanie Walsh (US) “Tweets of a…Continue reading.
The Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) is soliciting self-nominations for ACH members to serve on the Program Committee (PC) for the international ADHO DH2020 conference, to be held in Ottawa, Canada. The PC approves the structure and content of the entire academic program; serving on this committee offers ACH members an opportunity to…Continue reading.
ACH 2019 is seeking reviewers to evaluate conference proposal submissions during December 2018 and January 2019. ACH wishes to establish a wide, and as varied as possible, pool of reviewers for this conference. We welcome members of any academic affiliation or professional role who are interested in the digital humanities that would like to help…Continue reading.
ACH and its 2019 Program Committee would like to welcome two new members to the group charged with developing the program: Emily Esten, fellow at the Kennedy Institute, who serves as our Gallaries, Libraries, Archives and Museums representative. Sylvia Fernández, PhD candidate at the University of Houston, co-founder of Borderlands Archives Cartography, and fellow at…Continue reading.
Please Ask/Do Tell stickers are back for DH2018! Much like at DH2016, the Please Ask/Do Tell stickers are designed to be invitations for conversation. If you have insight into the conference, a particular community of practice within Digital Humanities, a job opportunity to share, mentoring advice, or other information you are willing to share, attach…Continue reading.