We are all excited about the great contributions which have been received, and by their sheer and record number, 650, and that’s not counting pre-conference workshops! The Program Committee is about to announce the accepted proposals for panels, long papers, short papers, and posters. The conference program will be updated soon.
We are proud to announce that the scientific program will be enhanced by keynotes given by a set of exceptional and diverse speakers, from the world of Digital Humanities as well as the world of academia in general; one local, one European, one American.
The universe of great international research institutions will be opened to us by Agnieszka Zalewska, currently president of CERN Research Council; she is the first Pole, Central-Eastern European and woman to occupy that prestigious post.
Claire Warwick of Durham University needs no introduction to Digital Humanists. She has been a major figure of our field and is probably one of the highest-placed DHers in the academia.
We are eager to listen to Helen Agüera, retired program director of America’s National Endowment of The Humanities (NEH) and our Busa Prize winner.