Publishing with DHNB

DHNB has two main types of publications: Books of DHNB conference abstracts and conference proceedings.

The DHNB bibliography, containing all abstracts, all full papers and all other publications by and about DHNB, was created and is actively maintained by Annika Rockenberger. The bibliography is available publicly on Zotero: (For a description and how to contribute, see the paper archived on Zenodo:

DHNB Publications – Open Access Series by DHNB

The “Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries Publications” series was launched in 2023. This online series is a diamond open-access publication outlet for Digital Humanities and Social Sciences conferences, workshops, and other academic events mainly from, but not limited to, the Nordic and Baltic regions.

Submitting a full paper for a DHNB conference or workshop? Use our template!

You must use the LaTeX template when submitting a full paper to a DHNB conference or a workshop that plans to produce proceedings.

Read the documentation and download the LaTeX template from the DHNB GitHub page OR use the template on Overleaf (you don’t need to subscribe to Overleaf to use the template).

Not comfortable using LaTeX? We recommend using the free, easy-to-use, online, collaborative LaTeX editor Overleaf to write your full paper. Overleaf runs entirely in your browser; installing anything is unnecessary. It lets you see how your LaTeX document will look as the final PDF. A step-by-step guide on how to get started with Overleaf can be accessed on the Overleaf website. A video tutorial is available via Overleaf’s YouTube channel.

Books of Abstracts

Books of abstracts are available for all our conferences:

DHN2016 (Oslo/Norway)
DHN 2017 (Gothenburg/Sweden)
DHN 2018 (Helsinki/Finland)
DHN 2019 (Copenhagen/Denmark)
DHN 2020 (Riga/Online/Latvia)
DHNB 2022 (Uppsala/Sweden)
DHNB 2023 (Oslo/Bergen/Stavanger/Online/Norway)

Previous Conference Proceedings

The first conference was held in 2016 in Oslo; no proceedings were published from the inaugural conference.

In 2017, the DHN held its second conference in Gothenburg, Sweden, and a selection of long paper presentations was published in the open-access journal HumanIT as a themed issue in 2018, “Nordic Digital Resources and Practices.” It contained five papers and a guest editorial by the conference organisers.

From 2018 to 2020, DHN published three proceedings with CEUR workshop series, the diamond open-access proceedings for computer science workshops. The conference organisers edited the volumes containing peer-reviewed full-paper versions of long and short paper presentations and posters.

DHN2018 in Helsinki

DHN2019 in Copenhagen

DHN2020 in Riga had to be postponed and moved online during the COVID-19 pandemic. The organisers and the DHN Board decided to publish pre- and post-conference proceedings, allowing additional submissions of peer-reviewed full papers of long and short papers and posters.

In 2022, DHN officially changed its name to Digital Humanities in the Nordic and Baltic Countries (DHNB), crediting the many contributions and strong representation from the Baltic countries.

DHNB2022 in Uppsala was the last conference to publish its proceedings with CEUR workshop series

Three DH workshops organised at/in conjunction with DHNB conferences have published their proceedings with CEUR:

Twin Talks Workshop (colocated at DHN2019)

Twin Talks: Understanding and Facilitating Collaboration in Digital Humanities 2020 (colocated at DHN2020 and DH2020)

Digital Parliamentary Data in Action 2022 (colocated at DHNB2022),

A New Outlet for Conference and Other Publications

The organisers of DHNB2023 and the DHNB Board addressed the need for a more sustainable publication outlet for the annual conferences and other academic events, like workshops, within the expanding field of Digital Humanities and Social Sciences in the Nordic and Baltic regions.

They decided to establish a serial publication under the auspice of the DHNB Board, published, hosted and maintained at the University of Oslo Library. Each volume is edited by the conference organisers, while the editors-in-chief oversee the series.

This step will secure future conferences’ proceedings and strengthen the community by providing a platform for publishing Digital Humanities research that is openly accessible and findable.