CfP: Digital Humanities - Application of Computer to the Arts and Interdisciplinary Perspectives

20. Aprile 2024
Call for papers

Update (20.03.2024): Extended Deadline 20 April 2024

We are pleased to announce a call for papers for an upcoming book project that focuses on the intersection of technology and the arts within the realm of Digital Humanities. As technology continues to evolve, its impact on various disciplines, including the arts, is becoming increasingly significant. This book aims to explore the diverse ways in which computers and digital tools are applied to enhance and transform the landscape of humanities research, particularly within artistic domains. The book also aims to provide a critical overview of the field to the growing African digital humanities community.

 Scope of the Book:

We invite researchers, scholars, and practitioners to contribute original research papers, and reviews that explore, but are not limited to, the following topics:

  • Digital tools and methodologies in art history
  • The DH techniques tools for data analysis
  • The adoption of DH tools for entrepreneurship Computational analysis of literature and literary studies Digital Pedagogy
  • Virtual and augmented reality applications in the arts Digital archives and preservation of cultural heritage Interactive storytelling and digital narratives Computer-generated art and creative coding
  • Machine learning and artificial intelligence in the arts
  • Digital musicology and computational music analysis
  • Digital humanities in film and media studies
  • Ethical considerations in digital humanities research
  • Application of computer technology in historical research methods Scriptwriting and storytelling in the digital age
  • Digital history and its impact on historiography
  • Black Digital Humanities
  • Critical Black Data Studies
  • Collaborations between the arts and other academic disciplines Interdisciplinary approaches to digital humanities projects
  • Ethical considerations in interdisciplinary digital research
  • Case studies highlighting successful interdisciplinary initiatives Innovations in the integration of technology into diverse academic fields Digital Humanities and Environmental History
  • Security and DH
  • Migration, Border studies and DH
  • Digitalising museums, archives, cultural heritages, crafts and artifacts 

Submission Guidelines:

Each potential contributor should submit an abstract of between 250 and 300 words as well as a previously published complete paper electronically to dhprojectng@gmail.com. The accepted and corrected paper of not more than 5000 words prepared as Microsoft Word document should include author’s name, title of the paper, institutional affiliation, email address, phone number. Papers should be in

British English, Times New Roman, 12 Font Size, 1.5-line spacing and should conform to the Modern Language Association (MLA) Style (footnotes and Bibliography). A short bio-data of not more than 100 words should be submitted along with the paper. Each paper/chapter will undergo series of screening and blind peer review. 

Manuscripts should be original and not previously published.

Submissions should be sent to dhprojectng@email.com

Important Dates:

Submission Deadline: March 20, 2024 

Notification of Acceptance: May 20, 2024 

Final Manuscript Due: July 28, 2024 

Expected Publication: December 2024 

Review Process:

All submitted papers will undergo a peer-review process to ensure the quality and relevance of the contributions. The selected papers will be compiled into a comprehensive book volume that provides a valuable resource for researchers, educators, and practitioners in the field of Digital Humanities. 

Book Editors:

Professor Tunde Ope-Davies, Department of English and Linguistics Faculty of Arts, University of Lagos Nigeria

Professor Oluranti Ojo, Department of History and Diplomatic Studies University of Abuja, Nigeria

Dr. Abayomi Saibu, Department of History and International Studies Anchor University Lagos Nigeria

Felix Oke, Center for Textual Studies and Digital Humanities Loyola University Chicago, USA

 

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Dr. Abayomi Saibu, Department of History and International Studies Anchor University Lagos Nigeria

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