The Call for Workshops has closed for now. Check back here or at our Twitter account @DHBenelux to find a new call for 2021.
We welcome proposals for pre-conference Workshops and Tutorials on either core DH topics or topics related to one of the three DH Benelux 2020 themes:
- Theme 1: Beyond the Toolbox: The Changing Role of Digital Humanities Education
- Theme 2: Replication, evaluation and quantitative analysis in the DH era
- Theme 3: True interdisciplinarity as a consequence of digital humanities – When 1+1 equals more than two
All workshops and tutorials will take place on Wednesday, June 3.
To propose a workshop or tutorial please send an email to firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- Title of the proposed workshop/tutorial
- Names and affiliations of the workshop/tutorial organizers
- Description of the workshop/tutorial: 500 word max., including background and motivation
- Workshop/tutorial format: A clear description of activities and duration. The workshop/tutorial organizers can choose between morning/afternoon slot of three hours or full day (two slots of three hours each).
- Target audience: information on the necessary level or any specialized skills needed to participate and maximum number of participants (if applicable)
- Technical requirements: a) Equipment and other room requirements b) Equipment/materials expected to be brought by participants
Workshop organizers will be responsible for preparing and distributing a Call for Papers, receiving submissions, peer reviewing, paper selection and organization of the guest speaker(s). Tutorial organizers will be responsible for organizing presenters.
DH Benelux Conference organizers will be responsible for the registration, rooms, equipment, and coffee breaks.
The workshop/tutorial proposals will be reviewed by the Organizing Committee of DH Benelux 2020.