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DHQ Special Issue: French-language Digital Humanities

CFP issued 17 April 2016; deadline extension to 17 October 2016

With the goal of highlighting the work of Digital Humanities in French to our audience, we invite you to participate in a special issue of the Digital Humanities Quarterly magazine. This number is the second of several planned for DHQ in different languages or regional traditions. The deadline for submitting articles is September 30, 2016. The items must be presented in French, and should be in the range of 10-30 pages, using the editorial guidelines of the DHQ journal. You should send the item, following these guidelines to dhqfrench@gmail.com, with the subject “DHQ numéro spécial FR”, with French and English versions of the abstract. Entries may be submitted individually or co-authored. Accepted articles will be published in French, with both abstracts.

DHQ is an open-access, peer-reviewed, digital journal covering all aspects of digital media in the humanities. Published since 2007 by the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO), DHQ is also a community experiment in journal publication, and welcomes experimental digital publications. For more information about DHQ please visit our about page.

Entries will be judged following a process of anonymous peer review by an interdisciplinary committee of experts. The items with the best score obtained in that review will be published. We will encourage our editors to look for:

  • the scholarly contribution of the article
  • the originality of the work presented
  • a critical-methodological approach beyond a description of the project
  • rigor and respect for editorial standards
  • knowledge of Digital Humanities standards and precedents

Please spread this call to all those who may be interested.

The editorial committee : Aurélien Berra, Claire Clivaz, Sophie Marcotte, Emmanuelle Morlock and Louis-Pascal Rousseau, members of Humanistica steering committee

Numéro spécial de DHQ : Digital Humanities francophones

17 avril 2016; appel prolongé jusqu'au 17 octobre 2016

Dans le but de porter les productions des humanités numériques francophones à l’attention de notre lectorat, nous vous invitons à contribuer à un numéro spécial de la revue Digital Humanities Quarterly. Ce numéro est le second d’une série que DHQ prévoit de publier en différentes langues ou sur diverses traditions liées à des zones géographiques. Le délai de soumission est fixé au 30 septembre 2016. Les articles, rédigés en français, devront comporter de 10 à 30 pages et suivre les consignes éditoriales de la revue. Nous vous prions d’envoyer votre article, mis en forme selon ces normes, à dhqfrench@gmail.com, en précisant « DHQ numéro spécial FR » dans le champ du sujet, et en l’accompagnant de résumés en français et en anglais. Les articles peuvent être individuels ou collectifs. Les contributions retenues seront publiées en français, avec les deux résumés.

DHQ est une revue numérique en Open Access qui repose sur l’évaluation par les pairs et couvre tous les aspects des médias numériques envisagés dans leurs relations avec les sciences humaines. Publiée depuis 2007 par l’Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO), DHQ aborde la publication comme une expérimentation à l’échelle d’une communauté. Les productions numériques expérimentales sont donc bienvenues. Pour plus d’informations sur DHQ, vous pouvez consulter notre présentation.

Les propositions seront jugées selon un processus d’évaluation anonyme par un comité interdisciplinaire d’experts. Seront retenues pour ce numéro les contributions qui auront obtenu les meilleures évaluations. Les critères d’évaluation seront les suivants :

  • l’apport scientifique de la contribution
  • l’originalité des travaux présentés
  • l’existence d’une méthodologie critique, au delà de la description d’un projet
  • la rigueur et le respect des standards éditoriaux
  • la connaissance des standards et de l’histoire des humanités numériques

Merci de diffuser cet appel auprès de toute personne susceptible d’être intéressée.

Le comité éditorial : Aurélien Berra, Claire Clivaz, Sophie Marcotte, Emmanuelle Morlock et Louis-Pascal Rousseau, membre du comité d’Humanistica

DHQ Special Issue: Creative Pedagogical Approaches in Information Design

9 June 2016; extended submission deadline 15 November 2016

Digital Humanities Quarterly invites submissions for a special issue on creative pedagogical approaches in the instruction of information visualization. Contributions are invited on methodologies, tools, and resources that practitioners have used to teach any facet of information visualization, which may include (but is not limited to) best practices in design, the use of specific tools, or data literacy. These approaches may include any resources, workshops, activities, or other materials that translate principles of information visualization both widely across as well as within specific disciplines, cultures of scholarship, and technical backgrounds. Alternatively, contributions may be submitted about theoretical and philosophical perspectives on information visualization that inform the ways in which visualization is taught, where “teaching” may encompass engagement with audiences at any level of academe (e.g., students, faculty, administrators, or staff).

Following guidelines provided by DHQ, submissions may include research articles, case studies, opinion pieces, or reviews, such as ones written about digital materials that have been used in teaching information visualization. Individuals who wish to submit pieces that are more experimental in form beyond the DHQ guidelines above should contact the editor (below) in advance to discuss feasibility and other options for execution.

The deadline for submitting pieces is October 1, 2016. Full submissions should follow the author guidelines provided by DHQ and should be 10 - 20 pages in length, with the possibility of longer pieces approved in exceptional instances. (For more details about DHQ submission guidelines, please refer to the DHQ submission guidelines. Please send all completed submissions to the guest editor of this issue, Steven Braun (s.braun@neu.edu), with the subject line "DHQ Special Issue Infovis." Please submit any questions or concerns about submissions to this address as well.

Submissions will undergo anonymous peer review through standard DHQ review processes, and the editor(s) will work with submission authors to ensure that final submissions follow appropriate guidelines for publication in DHQ.