The call for contributions to the 2023 DH Benelux Conference has been announced. The conference will take place this year from 31 May until 2 June at the Royal Library of Belgium (KBR). The theme this year is “Crossing Borders: Digital Humanities Research across Language and Modalities.”
Contributions focused on multilingualism and/or integrated processing of sources in different forms such as images, maps, sounds, texts, and datasets are of particular interest.
DH Benelux accepts submissions for five types of proposals: (1) long papers, (2) short papers, (3) posters, (4) application and tool demonstrations, and (5) workshops. The deadline to submit is 31 January 2023. Please note, the 2023 conference will not be a hybrid conference; online attendance will be possible, but one speaker per submission must be present in Brussels to present the contribution.
A full description of topics and specification of contribution formats can be consulted in the call for papers on the DH Benelux website. Submission will take place through the EasyChair platform; more details on how to submit can be found on the website soon.