Participate in the Baltic DH Forum in Riga!

Digital humanities researchers, practitioners and developers in the Baltic countries are invited to participate in the Baltic DH Forum scheduled for April 25–26, 2024 in Riga!

Dates: April 25–26, 2024

Location: National Library of Latvia, Riga

Participation Fee: None

Deadline for Applications: January 25, 2024

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Digital humanities have become a solid part of the research landscapes in the Baltic countries. Over the recent decades, this transformation has been evident through the vibrant and enthusiastic DH communities, the emergence of new research groups and centers, and the increasing presence of digital humanities courses and programs in higher education. This marks the right time for the digital humanities communities of the three Baltic States to come together, to look at how and in what directions DH has developed in our countries, to reflect on what is relevant today and to project what lies ahead in the near future.

The Baltic DH Forum spans two days, with the first day hosting sessions by speakers from Baltic DH communities and European infrastructures. The second day focuses on networking, presenting DH projects, digital tools, and educational initiatives, complemented by workshops on collaborative projects and fundraising strategies.

Apply now for participation in the Baltic DH Forum's "Demonstration and Networking Session" on the second day here by submitting a 200–250-word abstract in one of 3 categoriesDH resource or tool, a Research Project, or an Educational initiative. Submissions across diverse areas related to digital humanities are encouraged!

The Baltic DH Forum is a collaborative effort organized in partnership with DARIAH-EU and CLARIN ERIC, led by the program committee comprised of researchers from all three Baltic countries. The event is financially supported by the Language Technology Initiative, funded by the European Union and the National Development Plan and the project "Towards Development of Open and FAIR Digital Humanities Ecosystem in Latvia" (VPP-IZM-DH-2022/1-0002) funded by the Latvian Council of Science.

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