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Humanist Archives: May 17, 2021, 7:16 a.m. Humanist 35.19 - events: Web Archives 4 Digital Humanities cfp

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        Date: 2021-05-16 12:42:32+00:00
        From: Michael Kurzmeier 
        Subject: #EWA4DH - Call for Papers @ Postgrads & Early Career Researchers

Engaging with Web Archives 4 Digital Humanities (#EWA4DH) August 2021

The EWA conference organisers are delighted to announce the running of
EWA 2021 as a virtual summer series. It will be co-chaired by Michael
Kurzmeier (Maynooth University) and Dr Juan-José Boté (University of
Barcelona).

EWA 2021 will have the theme of Digital Humanities (#EWA4DH) and will be
run every #WebArchiveWednesday in August from 6pm-8pm (Irish time) /
7pm-9pm (CEST) commencing 04 August, with some workshops and Keynotes on
some Saturdays in between.

As part of the series, the #EWA conference organisers challenge the
#WARCnet Team members and there is a Call for Papers for Postgrads &
Early Career Researchers (outlined below). Please see the EWA conference
website for more information:

ewaconference.com


Call for Papers @ Postgrads and ECRs

The EWA committee welcomingly invites abstracts from Postgrads & ECRs to
deliver a long paper (12-minute presentation) or short paper (6-minute
presentation) on any of the Topics! below. Closing Date is 28 June.

More information:
https://ewaconference.com/ewa4dh-call-for-papers/ewa-postgrads-ecr/

Hypothetical or Real-world examples of using DH tools and methods

· For archiving web content for research or curation
· For collecting data from web archives
· For analysing archived web content as data
· For big data analysis on archived web content
· For organising research data derived from archived web content (WA
data derivatives)
· For preparing WA data derivatives for long-term preservation and/or reuse


Michael Kurzmeier
PhD Candidate Digital Humanities, IRC PG Scholar
Media Studies / Centre for Digital Humanities



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