Global Digital Humanities Symposium 2022
March 23-25, 2022 (virtual event)
The 2022 Symposium is supporting proposals and presentations in the English, French, and Spanish languages. The full Call for Proposals in each language are linked below.
The deadline to submit a word proposal is by the end of the day Wednesday, December 1, 2021, midnight in your timezone.
CFP - English -
CFP - Français -
CFP – Espagnol -
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Name of Presenter (Personal Name, Surname)
Your name. If your presentation includes more than one person, please list a single contact person here. This should be the person also associated with the email address requested at the top of the form.
Institution(s) associated presenter (contact person)
Names, Emails, and Institutions of Additional Presenters (as applicable)
Please include a Personal Name, Surname, and email address for each additional presenter. Include institutions as well, if applicable and desired.
This information is collected solely so the symposium organizers may best support the attending community. It will not be used in evaluation of proposals.
Adjunct or Part time faculty
Tenure track faculty
Type of Presentation
Lightning Talk (5 minute presentation; 250-300 word proposal)
Presentation (15 minute presentation; 250-300 word proposal)
Panel Presentation (90 minutes; 100-word proposal describing the panel as a whole, plus 100-word description for each presentation within the panel)
Workshop (60 minutes; 250-300 word proposal)
Project Showcase (Similar to a poster presentation fair. See the CFP for further details; 250-300 word proposal)
Title of Presentation
Please include your proposal below, following the word count listed above for the type of proposal you are submitting. Please note that the Symposium uses a double-anonymous review process, so please refrain from including names and identifying information in your proposal. The Symposium is able to support presentations in English, Spanish, and French. Proposals (abstracts) and presentations need not be given in the same language.
The Symposium is able to support presentations in English, Spanish, and French. Please check all languages that you would be comfortable presenting in during the Symposium. If your submission is for a panel, please indicate all languages that will be presented in as part of the panel. Proposals (abstracts) and presentations need not be given in the same language.
I/we would accept an offer to present my submission in an alternate format than the format than selected above.
How did you hear about the Symposium?
We are curious to learn more about how we can improve awareness of and engagement with the Symposium for the future. (Please be specific if you can.)
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