Digital Humanities Congress 2014
2014-09-04 to 2014-09-06
The Digital Humanities Congress is a conference held in Sheffield every two years. Its purpose is to promote the sharing of knowledge, ideas and techniques within the digital humanities.
Digital Humanities Forum 2014 Nodes & Networks in the Humanities: Geometries, Relationships, Processes
2014-09-12 to 2014-09-13
University of Kansas, KS, United States
The Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities at the University of Kansas is pleased to announce that registration is now open for our Fall 2014 Digital Humanities Forum, September 12-13, 2014 at Watson Library and the Kansas Union. This year’s Forum includes three keynote talks, several hands-on workshops, and a day of presentations and poster sessions on the theme of “Nodes & Networks in the Humanities: Geometries, Relationships, Processes.”
The Making of the Humanities IV
2014-10-16 to 2014-10-18
This is the fourth of a biennially organized conference that brings together scholars and historians interested in the comparative history of the humanities (philology, art history, historiography, linguistics, logic, philosophy, literary studies, musicology, theatre studies, media studies, a.o.). Although histories of single humanities disciplines already exist for a long time, the history of the humanities as a whole has only very recently been investigated, and the first monographs have just appeared
For the Love of Language 2014: For the Love of Language: Philology, Form, and Craft in the Language Arts
2014-10-23 to 2014-10-25
Little Rock, AR, USA
Papers exploring the role and relevance of philology, form, and craft in the language arts are particularly encouraged, though papers on related or alternative critical, creative, or pedagogical approaches to language, literature, creative writing, and rhetorical analysis are welcome. Creative works of short fiction and poetry are encouraged and should be submitted as an attachment with a brief author’s statement in lieu of an abstract.
49th WLA Conference—“Border Songs”
2014-11-05 to 2014-11-08
Victoria, BC, Canada
International Conference Arch&Lit: Inter-Arts Dialogue(s)
2014-12-04 to 2014-12-05
FCSH-Universidade Nova, Lisbon, Portugal
130th MLA Annual Convention
2015-01-08 to 2015-01-11
The 2015 convention will be held in Vancouver from 8 to 11 January. The presidential theme for the 2015 convention is Negotiating Sites of Memory.
All MLA members and others involved in the study or teaching of language and literature must register for the convention to participate in or attend meetings, visit the exhibit hall, take part in job interviews, or reserve hotel rooms at special MLA rates. The convention program will be available in the fall.
DrewTCC 2015 : Drew University Transatlantic Connections Conference (Ireland)
2015-01-14 to 2015-01-18
Association for the Study of Law, Culture, and the Humanities
2015-03-06 to 2015-03-07
Georgetown University Law Centre, Washington, D.C., USA
This year, the Association will not have a specific conference theme in order to encourage the broadest range of participation possible. The Program Committee believes that the diversity of the Association's members is its strength and that the themes that emerge from the conference should arise organically from the various interests of the members, without an overarching subject-matter directive. Accordingly, we encourage proposals of panels or papers around any of the broad themes that engage with law, culture, and the humanities.
The Sixty-First Annual Meeting of the Renaissance Society of America
2015-03-26 to 2015-03-28
The Sixth Asian Conference on Arts and Humanities 2015
2015-04-02 to 2015-04-05
Rihga Royal Hotel, Osaka, Osaka Prefecture, Japan
This international and interdisciplinary conference will again bring together a range of academics and practitioners to discuss new directions of research and discovery in the arts and humanities.
Upcoming HERA Conference
2015-04-08 to 2015-04-11
San Francisco, CA, USA
Binary oppositions define their counterpart through difference: Good/Bad, Light/Dark, New/Old, Nature/Technology, East/West, Sacred/Profane, etc. In an age when the personal is political, such systems, which function by means of difference and exclusion, contain potentiality for problematic results. Binary oppositions have dominated the theoretical landscape for centuries, structuring our language, thought, actions, research, and expression. Is this an inescapable framework for structuring reality or is an alternative possible?
The Humanities and/in the Public Sphere
2015-04-10 to 2015-04-11
Marymount University, Washington, DC, USA
Possible topics for presentations include, but are not limited to:
- policy, politics and the humanities
- funding the humanities
- museum culture and tourism
- digital humanities and/or digital history
- education and the humanities
- debating the “crisis” in the humanities
- literature in the public sphere
- making sense of history
- technology and the humanities
- ethics and/in public humanities
- public art and humanities initiatives
- telling and/or collecting stories in public
- public performance and public art
- public humanities versus private humanities
- artistic performances that explore publicity in some dimension
The 20th International Humanities Conference
2015-04-29 to 2015-05-03
Hoorn, NH, Netherlands
The ALL & EVERYTHING Conference provides an open, congenial & serious atmosphere for the sharing of researches and investigations of G. I. Gurdjieff’s legacy. The Conference seeks to keep the study of the teachings of Gurdjieff relevant to global scientific, spiritual and sociological developments. The Conference includes the presentation of academic papers, individual view papers, seminars on chapters and themes in All & Everything, and relevant cultural events.
Digital Humanities and Publishing Humanities Scholarship Today
2015-04-30 to 2015-05-03
Toronto, ON, Canada
Every year, the convention affords NeMLA’s principal opportunity to carry on a tradition of lively research and pedagogical exchange in language and literature. This year’s convention will include roundtable and caucus meetings, workshops, literary readings, film screenings, and guest speakers.
2015-06-29 to 2015-07-03
University of Western Sydney, Sydney, Australia
This will be the first time that the annual Digital Humanities conference is being held outside of Europe and North America in its 26-year history. The theme of Global Digital Humanities acknowledges the field’s expansion worldwide across disciplines, cultures and languages.