American Studies Association DH Prizes

The DH Caucus of the American Studies Association is now accepting proposals for the 2020 Garfinkel Award for DH Projects. In addition, they are pleased to announce a new prize this year: the DH Caucus Book Award. 

The Digital Humanities Caucus welcomes submissions from all including college and university faculty; public scholars; university and K-12 educators including contingent faculty; students at the graduate, undergraduate, and even K-12 level; activists; artists; and all other researchers, creators, and thinkers. Projects in pedagogy, research, documentary, critical making, digital art, and all other forms are encouraged.

Submitted projects should have been published, completed or significantly updated during the calendar year of application. The Digital Humanities Caucus will announce the prize winners at this year’s DH Caucus virtual business meeting March 4th 2021.

The Garfinkel Prize in Digital Humanities is an award that honors caucus founder Susan Garfinkel for her longstanding service to the caucus and her commitment to an inclusive, interdisciplinary, welcoming Digital Humanities. The annual award will recognize excellent work at the intersection of American Studies and Digital Humanities.

The DH Caucus is accepting proposals now through Jan. 1, 2021.

Garfinkel Prize for DH Projects Submission Form:

DH Caucus Book Award Submission Form:

Announcing: The University of North Florida Digital Humanities Institute’s Digital Projects Showcase

The University of North Florida Digital Humanities Institute’s Digital Projects Showcase

Monday, November 9th – Friday November, 13th

The University of North Florida (UNF) Digital Humanities Institute(DHI) promotes collaboration on interdisciplinary projects that combine technology with materials and methodologies from the Humanities, Fine Arts, and Social Sciences. The DHI coordinates events exploring the theory and practice of Digital Humanities scholarship and provides a forum for faculty, staff, and students to work together to design and implement digital projects. The annual DHI Digital Projects Showcase provides an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff at UNF and other universities affiliated with the Florida Digital Humanities Consortium to share teaching or scholarship practices that use information technologies to solve problems in interesting or original ways. The 2020 DHI Digital Projects Showcase will take place remotely during the week of November 9-13 and will feature poster presentations, documentary films, and additional multi-media projects.