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CFP: Lightning Rounds

  CFP: Lightning Rounds  4th Annual Digital Humanities Conference  University of Toronto  21-22 October 2021    Missed the deadline? Crunched for time? Never fear! You can still participate in the fourth annual DH conference with our just-in-time lightning rounds. In this format, presenters will offer a 7-8 minute snapshot of their digital research, followed by … Read More

DEADLINE EXTENDED: Graduate and Undergraduate Poster Presentations

    DEADLINE EXTENDED Call for Graduate and Undergraduate Poster Presentations: 4th Annual Digital Humanities Conference   University of Toronto  21-22 October 2021    Registered graduate and undergraduate students from any U of T campus, discipline, and year-level are invited to submit posters in the humanities or interpretative social sciences on topics that engage with … Read More

CFP: Graduate Paper Presentations

  CFP: 4th Annual Digital Humanities Conference  Graduate Paper Presentations  University of Toronto  21-22 October 2021      The Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI) at the University of Toronto cordially invites U of T submissions to our fourth annual DH Conference, to take place virtually on 21-22 October 2021.   This year’s conference foregrounds critical digital … Read More

Announcing the Inaugural Cohort of Critical Digital Humanities Graduate Student Fellows

The University of Toronto’s Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI) welcomes its inaugural cohort of graduate student fellows! Eight Graduate Fellowships in Critical Digital Humanities have been awarded to an interdisciplinary cohort of University of Toronto PhD students representing a range of disciplines across the divisions, including UTSC, UTM, FAS, and Information. Though their research varies … Read More

Congratulations to the Emerging Projects Fund Recipients!

Congratulations to the five winners of the inaugural 2021-2022 Emerging Projects Fund competition of the Critical Digital Humanities Initiative! These exciting, cutting-edge critical digital humanities projects, each of which has been awarded $4000, represent the diversity of DH research at UofT. Dr. Bhavani Raman (UTSC, Historical and Cultural Studies) will lead a team planning an … Read More

Farewell to Jennifer Ross!

Please join us in wishing our wonderful JHI Postdoctoral Fellow, Jennifer Ross, a fond farewell! Jennifer recently completed her postdoctoral fellowship with the Digital Humanities Network. Over the past year Jennifer was the organizer of the 2020–2021 Lightening Lunches, which brought together people from around campus and the world to discuss important and topical DH issues, such as indigenous data studies, archiving black … Read More

Welcome to Elisa Tersigni!

The DHN is pleased to welcome Dr. Elisa Tersigni as the 2021-2022 JHI Digital Humanities Postdoctoral Fellow! Elisa (Ph.D. University of Toronto, 2018) completed her doctorate in English and the collaborative program in Book History and Print Culture. After graduation, she held the position of Digital Research Fellow for the Mellon-funded research project, Before ‘Farm … Read More

CFP: Graduate and Undergraduate Poster Presentations

Call for Graduate and Undergraduate Poster Presentations: 4th Annual Digital Humanities Conference   University of Toronto  21-22 October 2021    The Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI) at the University of Toronto cordially invites U of T submissions to our fourth annual DH Conference, to take place virtually on 21-22 October 2021. This year’s conference foregrounds … Read More

CFP: 4th Annual Digital Humanities Conference

  CFP: 4th Annual Digital Humanities Conference University of Toronto 21-22 October 2021     The Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI) at the University of Toronto cordially invites U of T submissions to our fourth annual DH Conference, to take place virtually on 21-22 October 2021. This year’s conference foregrounds critical digital humanities research and … Read More

Announcing the Critical Digital Humanities Initiative!

We are pleased to announce that the Digital Humanities Network (DHN)’s proposal to launch a three year Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI) has been funded! With nearly 3M of funding from the Institutional Strategic Initiatives and divisional contributions at the University of Toronto, the CDHI will bridge the humanities’ emphasis on power and culture with … Read More