Digital Arts & Humanities (DAH) Colloquium: Call for Speakers

Editor’s Note: This series was later renamed DASHTalks, for Digital Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities Talks. More information is here.

We invite faculty and graduate students engaged in well-defined or -developed research/creation projects in the digital arts and humanities to propose brief and trenchant 5-minute presentations on these projects, for a colloquium to be held in January 2014 (dates TBD). We will accept as many proposals as will feasibly promote the colloquium’s spirit of cross-fertilization among members of the University of Calgary’s Faculty of Arts.

Accepted proposals will explain your research and creation methods in engaging and provocative language. In other words, why is your work important, not just to you but also to the faculty, the university, and the community at large? How might it foster collaborations with them? Presentations will be video-recorded, edited, and distributed widely.

Please submit a 100-word bio and 100-word proposal to the co-organizers, Murray McGillivray [ mmcgilli{at} ] and Michael Ullyot [ ullyot{at} ] by December 27th, 2013.

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