Registration for the Baltic Summer School of Digital Humanities 2023 is open Students, researchers, and GLAM professionals are welcome to enrol in the Baltic Summer School of Digital Humanities: Discourse Analysis and Digital Literary Studies, which will be held on 25-28 July 2023 at the National Library of Latvia (NLL) and Online. The Baltic Summer School […]
Follow us on Mastodon! Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries is now also on Mastodon. What is Mastodon, you ask? Wikipedia says it “is free and open-source software for running self-hosted social networking services. It has microblogging features similar to Twitter, which are offered by a large number of independently run nodes“. DHNB has found its home on the Fedihum […]
Program Online We published the DHNB2023 conference program a while ago, but some smaller changes were necessary. You can check out the up-to-date program on our website or ConfTool. Build your Conference Agenda To build your personalised agenda, once you have registered for the conference, you can add the sessions you are interested in by […]
Keynotes have been confirmed for DHNB 2023. Check out more information on the Keynote speaker webpage! The events will be held on-site at the University of Oslo Library, the University of Bergen Library, and The Greenhouse at the University of Stavanger. All keynotes will also be live-streamed for online participants. Register for the DHNB2023 conference […]
The DHNB 2023 Conference is now open for registration. The Conference will be held online and will feature a variety of topics on our theme of Sustainability: Environment, Community, and Data in the digital humanities. Create an account and register on ConfTool to secure your spot! The Program Committee and the Organising Committee are working […]
Workshops Published The DHNB 2023 Conference workshops have been published and are available to view on the DHNB2023 Conference workshops webpage. The Conference offers a mix of both in-person and online workshops, and a range of topics will be covered. To sign-up follow the instructions on the specific Conference’s page. The Program Committee and the […]
Notifications Sent to Authors On December 15th, notifications were sent to all authors who submitted proposals to DHNB2023. We received 85 submissions for long papers, panels, show-and-tell presentations and workshops. All accepted proposals will be published in the Book of Abstracts. All authors of accepted proposals will also be invited to submit full papers for […]
DHNB – CALL FOR HOSTS The Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries (DHNB) Board invites proposals to host the 2025 DHNB Conference. The DHNB conference has become a fixed annual event in the DH calendar. After successful events in Oslo, Gothenburg, Helsinki, Copenhagen, virtually in Riga, and hybrid in Uppsala, our next DHNB conference […]
The Nomination Committee of DHNB opens the call for nominations for three positions for the next election period, which starts in April 2023. Board members are elected for three years (2023–2026). The term of three of the current Board members, Olga Holownia (Iceland), Lars Kjær (Denmark) and Costanza Navarretta (Denmark), runs out. Olga Holownia is […]
SUBMIT WORKSHOPS UNTIL 15 NOVEMBER! Workshops can be submitted for DHNB2023 until Tuesday, 15 November 2022, 23:59 CET. Submit abstracts via ConfTool, or send your proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org. Read the call for submissions for requirements and specifications. Workshops for you who want to have a local, in-person event adjacent to the virtual conference for you […]
ATTENTION! ATTENTION! By popular demand from our community, we have extended the deadline for submitting abstracts for your long papers, panels, show-and-tell presentations and workshops for the DHNB2023 online conference until Friday, October 21, 2022, 23:59 CEST. Submit abstracts via ConfTool, and see the call for submissions. Not sure about the format? Long Papers for you […]
DHNB 2022 PROCEEDINGS PUBLISHED We are happy to inform you that the DHNB 2022 proceedings are now published on CEUR. You can find volume ‘3232’ here: http://ceur-ws.org/Vol-3232/. We think it is an excellent collection of research that represents both the fruitful conference we had in March and the richness of the status of Digital Humanities […]
DHNB2023 ConfTool Opened You can now submit your long papers, panels, show-and-tell presentations as well as workshops to the DHNB2023 conference! Create an account on ConfTool and submit your contribution! The deadline for submissions is 15 October 2022. If you have ideas for other kinds of presentations or contributions to the conference, please contact email@example.com.
Join us for our second Virtual Coffee Hour on Thursday, 29 September, 2022: 12-13 UTC / 14-15 CEST. Registration: https://bit.ly/DHNB-coffee-hour-Sept2022 AGENDA Welcome and DHNB updates New board DHNB 2023 Communication platforms Presentations Andrius Utka, Associate Professor, Vytautas Magnus University, Mapping DH activities in Lithuania Max Odsbjerg Pedersen, Information Specialist, Aarhus University Library | The Royal […]
The 7th Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries Conference (DHNB2023) will be online from 8–10 March 2023. DHNB conferences focus on research, education and communication in the interdisciplinary field of digital humanities in the Nordic and Baltic regions and beyond. DHNB2023 explores the many facets of Sustainability in the Digital Humanities with a […]
The next DHNB conference will be held online on 08.-10. March, 2023. The conference with the theme “Sustainability: Environment – Community – Data” is organized in collaboration between the University of Oslo, the University of Bergen, and the University of Stavanger. The CfP with more information in the theme will follow soon.
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The Nomination Committee of DHNB opens the call for nominations for five positions for the next election period which starts on 15 February 2022. Board members are normally elected for a 3-year period, and three positions are open for the period 2022-2025. In addition, one position is open for the period 2022-2024, and one position for the […]
Join us for our first Virtual Coffee Hour on Thursday, 9 December, 2021: 12:00-13:00 CET. Registration: https://bit.ly/DHNB-coffee-hour AGENDA Welcome and DHNB updates (10 minutes) Institutional membership Working groups DHNB 2022 Presentations (10 minutes / presentation + 5 minutes Q&A) Eiríkur Smári Sigurðarson, Director of Research, School of Humanities, University of Iceland: Icelandic Centre for Digital […]
DHNB introduces a new type of members aimed at institutions. Benefits: Information about affiliates and their activities will be promoted on the DHNB website and through other DHNB communication platforms Affiliates will be promoted as the DHNB conference supporters The DHNB annual conference fees will be reduced for two representatives of the Affiliate Institution As […]
DHNB 2023 & 2024: CALL FOR HOST The Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries (DHNB) Board invites proposals to host the 2023 and 2024 DHNB Conferences. Held five times since 2016, our conference has become a fixed annual event in the DH calendar. After successful events in Oslo, Gothenburg, Helsinki, Copenhagen, and virtually in […]
Post-Proceedings of the 5th Conference Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries (DHN 2020) are published in CEUR Workshop Proceedings. It is an open-access publication service where already four volumes of DHN conference proceedings have been published. DHN2020 Post-Proceedings contain 26 papers presented in an online conference in Riga/Zoom in October 2020. Editors: Sanita Reinsone (Institute […]
The 6th Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries Conference (DHNB 2022) will be held at Uppsala University, in Sweden, on 15–18 March 2022. DHNB conferences focus on research, education and communication in the interdisciplinary field of digital humanities in the Nordic and Baltic regions and beyond. DHNB 2022 highlights the two way relationship between digital humanities […]
We are pleased to announce the results of the DHNB Board Election. Three nominated candidates Annika Rockenberger (Norway), Mikko Tolonen (Finland), and Andres Karjus (Estonia) have been elected to serve on the DHNB Board for the period 2021–2024 starting from 10 March 2021 (full nomination statements and bios attached). The 2021 Board consist of nine […]
The Annual General Assembly (AGM) will be held online on on Monday, May 31 at 5 pm CET. AGM agenda will be published on our website closer to the meeting.
The nomination committee of DHNB opens the call for nominations for three positions for the next election period which starts on 15 February 2021. Board members are elected for a 3-year period. The term of three of the current Board members, Koraljka Golub (Sweden), Annika Rockenberger (Norway), and Mikko Tolonen (Finland), runs out. Koraljka Golub […]
DHN 2020 posters are available at http://dig-hum-nord.eu/posters/ Please check out the posters and post your questions here. The poster authors will monitor the Q&A Google doc and answer your questions.
The General Meeting of DHN will be held online in connection with the DHN2020 conference. Date: Thursday, October 22, 2020 Time: 16.00–17.00 UTC+3 AGENDA Opening of the meeting Approval of the agenda Election of chair and secretary for the meeting Election of checkers, who also count votes Confirmation of correct notice of the GM Confirmation […]
DHN2020 workshops will take place in Zoom on October 20. All conference participants are welcome to register for participation. The schedule and information about the workshops is published here. Registration links are sent to all participants by email. If you haven’t received this information, please contact us: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Call for papers for the post-proceedings is published. The opportunity to publish the papers is given to all DHN2020 presenting authors. The deadline for submitting papers is 5 December 2020. Other details please see here.