Nordic Digital Humanities Conference (March 15-17 2016, Oslo)
The association Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries has been founded in 2015 (www.dig-hum-nord.eu). Its aim is to further and strengthen digital humanities research, education, and communication in the Nordic countries. DHN wants to provide a platform for collaboration within the Nordic countries and make the Nordic Digital Humanities more visible internationally. DHN favors a broad, inclusive definition of Digital Humanities.
Digital Humanities in the Nordic Countries calls for papers for its 1st Nordic Conference and Constitutive Meeting. The conference is organized by the Oslo Digital Humanities Research Network in collaboration with the Norwegian National Library and the Digital Humanities Center at Gothenburg University.
(The deadline for proposals is November 15, 2015.)
Christian-Emil S. Ore (University of Oslo, Norway) • Øyvind Eide (University of Passau, Germany) • Bente Mægaard (Copenhagen University, Denmark) • Annika Rockenberger (University of Oslo, Norway) • Sakari Katajamäki (Finnish Literature Society – SKS, Finland) • Lone Dirckinck-Holmfeld (Aalborg University, Denmark) • Haraldur Bernharðsson (The Árni Magnússon Institute for Icelandic Studies, Iceland) • Anne Birgitte Rønning (University of Oslo, Norway) • Ditte Laursen (National Library Aarhus, Denmark) • Mats Malm (Gothenburg University, Sweden)
Anne Birgitte Rønning (University of Oslo, Norway) • Trond Haugen (National Library, Norway) • Jenny Bergenmar (Gothenburg University, Sweden) • Federico Aurora (University of Oslo, Norway) • Line Esborg (University of Oslo, Norway) • Espen S. Ore (University of Oslo, Norway)
Christian-Emil S. Ore
University of Oslo
Dept. for Linguistics and
www.dig-hum-nord.eu (in Swedish)
FINNISH LITERATURE SOCIETY (SKS)
Edith – Critical Editions of Finnish Literature
Hallituskatu 2 B (P.O. Box 259)
tel +358 (0)400 908056