Programming in Digital Humanities (DH) is one of the most challenging topics in this field of knowledge and research. Unfortunately, a significant number of DH’ers coming from areas of knowledge such as literature, philology, history, etc., still experience great difficulties when it comes to use programming languages to handle their data and display it. This meeting aims to address these difficulties and discuss the latest developments associated to programming in DHs by bringing together scientists from different areas within the community.
We encourage scientists involved in programming in Digital Humanities to register and submit abstracts for contributed talks. Abstracts that are not accepted for contributed talks can be presented as posters.
Abstracts must be submitted in English through the indico platform after registration (see link below). They must have a maximum of 400 words and include the relevant references – these are not included in the word count.
The SOC will assess the Abstracts and inform the authors of their acceptance to be presented as contributed talks or as a posters.