[Humanist] 28.866 events: DHRA Dublin; HASTAC East Lansing MI

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 28, No. 866.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    Peter Dudley <peter.dudley at dcu.ie>                        (36)
        Subject: DRHA2015 Call for Proposals

  [2]   From:    Kristen Mapes <kmapes at msu.edu>                            (41)
        Subject: HASTAC 2015, May 28-29, East Lansing, Michigan - Early
                Registration Extended to 4/6


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        Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2015 09:57:14 +0100
        From: Peter Dudley <peter.dudley at dcu.ie>
        Subject: DRHA2015 Call for Proposals
        In-Reply-To: <17388.1427962562.143039084551cfac2dfa729.82270750 at etouches.com>


Call for Proposals is Now Open
Digital Research in the Arts and Humanities
DRHA Dublin 2015
http://www.drha2015.ie/call-for-papers/

Submissions are welcome from all interested communities and individuals,
especially where interdisciplinary or cross-sectoral work is taking place
to engage with the conference theme.

– Digital Galleries, Museums and Libraries
– Histories and Archives
– Virtual and Physical Spaces
– Gaming industries and research
– Gender and Contemporary Society
– Technology and Body
– Technologies impact on the Socio/cultural
– Social Media
– Literary and Visual Narratives
– Big Data and Digital Death
– Creative Practices: Design; Fine Arts;
– Architecture; Performance; Sonic Arts
– Digital society and information ‘rich and poor’
– Conflict resolution in the digital age
– Arts/Science engagement

We invite original papers, panels, installations, performances, workshop sessions and other events that address the conference theme and challenges. We encourage proposals with innovative and non-traditional session formats. Short presentations, for example work-in-progress, are invited for poster presentations or to be a part of DRHA Welcome Fringe 2015 on the afternoon of Sunday 30th August.

DRHA Dublin 2015 will be held in Ireland’s capital city of Dublin, hosted by Dublin City University and in partnership with the National Library of Ireland and the Digital Arts and Humanities Institute, Royal Irish Academy. DCU has a world-class capacity for conferences, performances and to make you feel at home, some of the best accommodation, relaxation, sports and recreation facilities in the country.

There will be an exciting and memorable social programme where you will experience the very best that Dublin has to offer. DRHA Dublin 2015 will give you a wonderful chance to get to know new people in the context of responding professionally to the modern world.

Join us for four days of cross disciplinary discussion, debate
and an exciting social programme.
We look forward to welcoming you to Dublin.


-- 
Peter Dudley
Public Services Manager
John and Aileen O'Reilly Library
Dublin City University
Glasnevin
Dublin 9

Tel: (01) 700 8745/5418

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        Date: Thu, 2 Apr 2015 16:05:36 -0400
        From: Kristen Mapes <kmapes at msu.edu>
        Subject: HASTAC 2015, May 28-29, East Lansing, Michigan - Early Registration Extended to 4/6
        In-Reply-To: <17388.1427962562.143039084551cfac2dfa729.82270750 at etouches.com>


HASTAC 2015: Exploring the Art & Science of Digital Humanities

May 27-30, 2015 Michigan State University, East Lansing, MI

#hastac2015

Join us on the campus of Michigan State University to celebrate and explore
a range of Digital Humanities Scholarship, Research, and Performance! The
conference features sessions that address, exemplify, and interrogate the
interdisciplinary nature of DH work. HASTAC 2015 challenges participants to
consider how the interplay of science, technology, social sciences,
humanities, and arts are producing new forms of knowledge, disrupting older
forms, challenging or reifying power relationships, among other
possibilities.

We are delighted to feature the following speakers:

-Cezanne Charles & John Marshall, rootoftwo, “Whithervanes: a neurotic,
early worrying system THR_33 (Tea House for Robots)
(http://www.hastac2015.org/schedule/keynote-speakers/rootoftwo/ )

-Roopika Risam, Salem State University, “Across Two (Imperial) Cultures: A
Ballad of Digital Humanities and the Global South”
(http://www.hastac2015.org/schedule/keynote-speakers/roopika-risam/ )

-Scott B. Weingart, Carnegie Mellon University, “Connecting the Dots” (
hastac2015.org/schedule/keynote-speakers
http://www.hastac2015.org/schedule/keynote-speakers/ )

The full conference schedule may be found at hastac2015.org/schedule
http://www.hastac2015.org/schedule/ .

Pre-conference activity: HASTAC Scholars Unconference, May 27

Post-conference activities: Workshop on Text Mining with the HathiTrust
Research Center, May 30; Software Carpentry and Data Carpentry workshops,
May 30-31

Early Registration Rates have been extended through Monday, April 6 at the
rate of $150 ($75 students). Find more information about registration at
hastac2015.org/registration  http://www.hastac2015.org/registration/

Please email hastac2015 at gmail.com with any questions about the conference
and join the Facebook group to network with participants in advance of the
conference (facebook.com/groups/HASTAC2015)

Kristen Mapes
Digital Humanities Specialist, College of Arts & Letters
Michigan State University
479 West Circle Drive, Linton Hall 304
East Lansing MI 48824
517.884.1712
kmapes at msu.edu






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