As in previous years, the days 3-6 July, before the DH2010 conference (7-11 July at King’s College London ) have been set aside for community-run workshops. One can reach a diverse and committed body of participants in the Digital Humanities at DH2010. Do you or your project have a workshop up your sleeve that would interest this Digital Humanities community?
Half- or one-day slots are available for workshops, which need to be self-organized and self-funding. KCL can provide space for the workshop at no or low cost, so it is likely that the costs per participant would be low.
We would like to receive proposals for such workshops.
In your full proposal (total 500-800 words), please include:
(1) a brief description of the workshop programme, the project or community out of which it arises, the trainers who will run the workshop, and its proposed length;
(2) what is the demand for this workshop, and who do you expect the audience to be? What minimum number of attendees would be needed for you to do the workshop?
(3) what funding is available or will you seek to help to support the costs of this workshop (for instance, travel for trainers, lunch or refreshments for participants, as applicable)?
A few groups have already expressed interest in running workshops, and we have been talking informally with them. If you have ideas that is not yet fully formed, we would be delighted to e-speak to you about them before you submit a proposal.
The closing date for full proposals will be 31 December 2009. Please send them via email to both John Bradley (email@example.com) and Gabriel Bodard (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Posted by: Gabriel Bodard (email@example.com).