CFP: Programming and Data Infrastructure in Digital Humanities

The call for communications for the Programming and Data Infrastructure in Digital Humanities conference is open until November 10th.

Programming in Digital Humanities is the central theme of this meeting. Researchers from different areas of knowledge (literature, philology, history, etc.) still experience difficulties using programming languages to handle their data and display it. This meeting aims to address these difficulties and discuss the latest developments associated with programming in Digital Humanities.

The meeting takes place online on November 28th, 29th and 30th. Researcher Sandra Boto is part of the Scientific and Organizing Committee of the event.

More information here.

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