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Humanist Archives: Dec. 28, 2022, 8:47 a.m. Humanist 36.318 - events: media art histories; a summer school

              Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 36, No. 318.
        Department of Digital Humanities, University of Cologne
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    [1]    From: Franz FISCHER <>
           Subject: CfP: MEDIA ART HISTORY - RE:SOURCE 2023 in Venice (99)

    [2]    From: James O'Sullivan <>
           Subject: DHSI Atlantic (33)

        Date: 2022-12-23 11:27:23+00:00
        From: Franz FISCHER <>
        Subject: CfP: MEDIA ART HISTORY - RE:SOURCE 2023 in Venice

Dear digital humanists,

The 10th International Conference on the Histories of Media Art, Science
and Technology – RE:SOURCE – will celebrate Media Art Histories and the
role that its main agents have had in the multiple developments of art,
science and technology with a focus on the past 60 years.

The main historical theme of the conference series – the histories of
Media, Art, Science and Technology – will form the core of the event. This
will be integrated by a number of sub themes including the following:

• Track 1: “Memory. How to create future memories: documentation,
preservation and new technologies” (media art conservation, preservation,
documentation, archival research, role of researchers in curatorial
• Track 2: “Climate Actions, Environment and Public Humanities” (public
media art that addresses climate emergency and social topics);
• Track 3: “Pioneers of Media art” (media art history pioneers past and
present, artists, curators, new technologies);
• Track 4: “Media art history outside and inside the museum” (curation,
museology, cinema, games, media arts museums); re-enacting of exhibitions,
new technologies and curatorial practice.


Submission deadline: January 30th, 2023
Submit to the call –

Proposals for papers should consist of a max. 500-word abstract with title.
Proposals for panels (of 3-5 speakers) should consist of a max. 500-word
abstract outlining the panel and individual topics of confirmed speakers.

Submission language is English.

Submitters should upload a short bio file (Word), no longer than 200 words
(1200 characters) per person. The short bios will be used on the conference
website together with your abstracts.

Notification of acceptance will be announced by March 2023
Final papers submission: Mid-October 2023

Initiated by Media Art History Board (Steering Committee)
Andreas BROECKMANN (Leuphana Universität, DE), Andres BURBANO (Universidad
de los Andes, CO), Sean CUBITT (University of Melbourne, AU), Oliver GRAU
(Soc. MediaArt), Inge HINTERWALDNER (Karlsruhe Institute of Technology,
DE), Erkki HUHTAMO (University of California, US), Machiko KUSAHARA (Waseda
University, JP), Katja KWASTEK (Vrije Universiteit Amsterdam, NL), Gunalan
NADARAJAN (Ann Arbor School of Art&Design, US), Chris SALTER (Zurich
University of the Arts, Zurich, CH), Paul THOMAS (University of New South
Wales, AU)

Media Art Histories Honorary Board:
Rudolf ARNHEIM†, Linda HENDERSON (active board member 2005-2018), Douglas
KAHN (active board member 2005 – 2018), Martin KEMP (active board member
2005 – 2018), Tim LENIOR (active board member 2005-2016), Douglas DAVIS†,

September 13-16, 2023, Venice, Italy.
Hosted by the Venice Centre for Digital & Public Humanities (VeDPH),
Università Ca’ Foscari Venice, Italy.

Conference chair: Francesca Franco
Project manager: Clio Flego

Conference Advisory Board Ken RINALDO (Ohio State University, OH),
Everardo REYES (Université Paris 8, FR), Pau ALSINA (Universitat Oberta de
Catalunya, ES); Dolores STEINMAN (University of Toronto, CA), Luz María
SÁNCHEZ (Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana Unidad Lerma, MX), Claudia
SCHNUGG (Johannes Kepler Universität Linz, AT), Ryszard KLUSZCZYŃSKI (Łódź
University, PL), Morten SØNDEGAARD (Aalborg University, DK), Georgia
SMITHSON (The University of Sunderland, UK), Angélica PIEDRAHITA
(University of Monterrey, MX), Carolina FERNÁNDEZ-CASTRILLO (University
Carlos III of Madrid, ES), Franz FISCHER (Ca’ Foscari University of Venice,
IT), Diego MANTOAN (University of Palermo, IT), Paolo GARBOLINO (IUAV
University of Venice, IT), Emanuele ARIELLI (IUAV University of Venice, IT).

For more information about the programme, events, submissions, venues and
partnership please contact


Franz Fischer
Direttore, Venice Centre for Digital & Public Humanities (VeDPH)
Dipartimento di Studi Umanistici
Università Ca' Foscari
Palazzo Malcanton Marcorà
Dorsoduro 3484/D - 30123 Venezia

Tel.: +39 041 234 6266 (ufficio), +39 041 234 9863 (segreteria del centro)

        Date: 2022-12-22 19:50:09+00:00
        From: James O'Sullivan <>
        Subject: DHSI Atlantic

Dear colleagues,

Some of you may be interested to know that we have revived, DHSI Atlantic, a
week-long summer school intended to introduce students and scholars to concepts,
tools and techniques from the digital humanities.

For further details, see:

The summer school runs from June 19 - 23, 2023, and will feature the following
three workshops:

Introduction to the Digital Humanities
Introduction to Stylometry
Building Digital Editions with the TEI

Details of the workshop can be found as follows:

Best wishes,


Dr James O'Sullivan H. Dip., M.Sc., M.A., Ph.D.
Lecturer in Digital Humanities, University College Cork
Department of Digital Humanities:
Personal website:<>
Principal Investigator, C21 Editions (IRC/W001489/1):
Chair, Digital Cultures, New Media, & Cultural Analytics, Future Humanities

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