Digital Humanities annual conference 2019
July 9 - July 12
Hosted by Utrecht University, the 2019 iteration of the Digital Humanities (DH) conference, the annual international conference of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations, will take place in the medieval city of Utrecht, one of the oldest cities in the Netherlands. The city’s rapid modernization and growth has inspired the conference’s guiding theme, complexity.
Spread across three conference days and two days of pre-conference workshops, participants will present their newest DH-research and the applications of their work.
The theme of the 2019 conference is Complexities.
Complexities intends to inspire people to focus on Digital Humanities as the humanist way of building complex models of complex realities, analyzing them with computational methods and communicating the results to a broader public.
Complexities invites people to think about the theoretical, social and cultural complexity of DH scholarship.
Complexities encourages our community to interact in myriad ways, through the conference and the networks, institutions and the enterprises interested in DH research.
Complexities means involving the next generation, teaching DH to students—the people who will need to deal with the Complexities of the future.