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Humanist Archives: Oct. 21, 2021, 7:07 a.m. Humanist 35.311 - events: Digital Humanities Utah; Global Traces of Infrastructure

              Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 35, No. 311.
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    [1]    From: Brian Croxall <>
           Subject: Announcing Digital Humanities Utah 6, February 2022 (24)

    [2]    From: Alan Liu <>
           Subject: "Interrogating Global Traces of Infrastructure" event (Nov. 18, 2021) (37)

        Date: 2021-10-20 22:26:24+00:00
        From: Brian Croxall <>
        Subject: Announcing Digital Humanities Utah 6, February 2022

Dear colleagues,

The sixth Digital Humanities Utah Symposium (DHU6) will be held on 25-26
February 2022 at Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah, USA.

Proposals are currently being accepted in the following formats: standalone
papers, panels, roundtables, and hands-on workshops. Proposals are due on 30
November 2021. The full CFP is available at

The keynote at the conference will be delivered by Kenton Rambsy, Assistant
Professor of African American literature and digital humanities at the
University of Texas at Arlington. His topic is titled “Why Data-Rich African
American Stories Matter.”

DHU6 welcomes humanities scholars from across the Intermountain West and beyond.
We especially invite early career scholars, graduate students, newcomers to the
digital humanities, and members of traditionally underrepresented groups to join

Brian Croxall | Assistant Research Professor | Office of Digital Humanities |
Brigham Young University

        Date: 2021-10-20 10:35:00+00:00
        From: Alan Liu <>
        Subject: "Interrogating Global Traces of Infrastructure" event (Nov. 18, 2021)

"Interrogating Global Traces of Infrastructure,"

Organised by Dr. Urszula Pawlicka-Deger for the King’s Digital Lab, King’s
Department of Digital Humanities, and the Critical Infrastructures Studies
Collective (

The event will be held online on November 18, 2021. It is the second 
in the Digital Humanities & Critical Infrastructure Studies Workshop series
which brings together leading thinkers to interrogate critically the nature
and fragility of infrastructure (including that of DH) at individual,
social, and planetary scales. This second workshop considers global
topographies of knowledge, data, and IT infrastructures and their influence
on local social, economic, and research conditions. 

Speakers and moderators include (as ordered on the agenda) Geoffrey C. Bowker, 
Paul N. Edwards, Jennifer Gabrys, Noortje Marres, Jonathan Gray, James Smithies, 
Miriam Posner, Anne Helmond, Ned Rossiter, Urszula Pawlicka-Deger, Shatha
Mubaideen, and Ian Milligan.

For the full event announcement and agenda, see:

Registration is through Eventbrite:

The workshop will take place on the Microsoft Teams platform. (How to join
a Teams meeting (>.)

If you have any questions about the event, please don’t hesitate to contact
the collective at, which will also
reach the lead organizer of the Digital Humanities & Critical Infrastructure Studies 
workshop series: Urszula Pawlicka-Deger, Marie Curie Research Fellow, King’s Digital Lab 
( | |

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