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Humanist Archives: June 22, 2022, 7:19 a.m. Humanist 36.75 - events cfp: networks & networking

              Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 36, No. 75.
        Department of Digital Humanities, University of Cologne
                      Hosted by DH-Cologne
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        Date: 2022-06-20 11:12:03+00:00
        From: Eliza Papaki <>
        Subject: Call for Papers: DH_BUDAPEST_2022 & DARIAH DAYS

Dear colleagues,

The Department of Digital Humanities at Eötvös Loránd University (ELTE.DH)
calls for submissions for its 3rd annual conference which will take place
in Budapest, 23–25 November 2022 – in collaboration with DARIAH. This
year's conference aims to explore the topic of *networks and networking*.

Network as a metaphor has been a tool of conceptualizing phenomena for a
long time in the humanities, yet, with the emerging availability of digital
and digitized datasets, it also has become a tool of quantitative analysis
and data visualization. Today, the terms network and networking are widely
used in humanities-related research from the investigation of semantic
structures through the circulation of ideas, people and artefacts to
collaboration patterns of institutions. Further, researchers have raised
novel questions of self-reflection in the humanities regarding the
epistemological grounds and consequences of the usage of tools and
techniques developed in the natural sciences.

We invite speakers to discuss the terms networks and networking from
multiple standpoints at an international research forum; papers that use
innovative, data-driven, computational methods are especially encouraged.
We welcome submissions on subjects from a variety of fields related to
digital humanities and social sciences concerning but not limited to the
following topics:

   - Data linking and databases;
   - Semantic networks and the usage of the semantic web;
   - Research groups and connections in the field of digital humanities;
   - Data visualisation in scientific research;
   - Prospects of network analysis in the humanities;
   - Theoretical approaches to networks and networking.

DH_BUDAPEST_22 is organised in collaboration with DARIAH. The event
incorporates a series of programs called DARIAH Days, which include
roundtables, panel discussions, and workshops. DARIAH Days provide an
opportunity for researchers and institutions to engage and build
connections with others from the field of Digital Humanities.

*Deadline for submissions: July 15!*

Find all information here:

With all best wishes,

Eliza Papaki
DARIAH-EU Outreach and Communications Officer

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