MLA 2014 will host a number of panels that can be interesting for Digital Humanists. Here is a list of the ones I found while browsing their website. I have ordered them chronologically, using the deadlines. Apart from a few cases in which the deadline has passed already, they are still open.
If you find a call for paper that is not on the list, feel free to mention it in a comment. Continue reading MLA Call for Papers in Digital Humanities
“OLD MEDIA” IN “NEW MEDIA” ERA – ABOUT ADJUSTMENT STRATEGIES OF TRADITIONAL MEDIA TO NEW MEDIA REALITY
Institute of Journalism and Social Communication, University of Warmia and Mazury, Olsztyn, Poland, 2-3.06.2014
Despite the creation and appearance of new forms of media, the so-called “old media” – such as printed and broadcast media – still play a crucial role and it is hard to imagine that they could disappear one day. Future Exploration, a company specializing in drawing up marketing strategies, published in 2011 a report stating when traditional newspapers will go “extinct” in the countries around the world. Continue reading Old Media in New Media
The conference will take place at the British School in Rome on 27-28 March 2014. For inquiries, please contact F.Camilletti@warwick.ac.uk and J.E.Burns@warwick.ac.uk
Organised by the UK Society of Italian Studies Continue reading Interstitial Italy: Reassessing Global Questions through the ‘Peculiar’ Italian Case (an Interim SIS conference)