Attn Penn SAS Grad Students: Presentation Opportunity at the Keystone Digital Humanities Conference 2016



Keystone Digital Humanities Conference 2016

The Price Lab for Digital Humanities is offering funding for graduate students in Penn's School of Arts & Sciences to present at the upcoming Keystone Digital Humanities Conference. The conference will be held at the University of Pittsburgh, June 22-24, 2016.

Five awards of $200 each, plus a waiver of the conference registration fees ($30) are available. In order to be eligible for an award you must present at the conference. Submissions are welcome from all areas of the Digital Humanities. Proposals are due on February 1, so please submit them soon.

- Submit Proposal (Deadline: February 1)
- Apply for Funding (Deadline: March 15)

KeystoneDH is committed to advancing collaborative scholarship in the Digital Humanities among Pennsylvania-based institutions of Higher Education. The goal is to encourage community and collaboration among Pennsylvania-based institutions of higher education engaged in Digital Humanities Research or Pedagogy. KeystoneDH invites schools and constituents within schools to participate across traditional "peer institution" or categorical divide, as well as across faculty, staff, and students (undergraduate and graduate) as well as independent scholars.


For information on Price Lab for Digital Humanities fellowships and projects: