The Canadian Society for Digital Humanities/Société canadienne des
humanités numériques will be publishing a refereed selection of papers from
its June 2013 meeting in Victoria in Digital Studies/Le champ numériques. The
issue will be edited by the program chairs, Christine McWebb and Michael
Sinatra. The publication is scheduled for May 15, 2014.
Submissions are invited from all participants at the meeting. Speakers may
supplement, expand on, or refine the material they presented at the
conference. It is expected that most submissions will range from between 3000
to 6000 words (approx 10-20 pages), but there is no minimum or maximum length.
Digital Studies/Le champ numérique is also always willing to consider
generically unusual submissions.
The expected timeline for this issue is as follows:
- September 15: Submissions due
- November 30: Editorial decision
- January 15: Revisions due
- March 30: Final copy approval
- April 30-May 15 Proofing
Submissions should be in a contemporary word processing format (Word or
Open/Libre Office preferred), LaTeX, (X)HTML, or TEI XML. Bibliographic
citations should conform to the latest Chicago Manual of Style (author-date
format). DS/CN style avoids foot/endnotes as much as possible. Authors are
responsible for obtaining permission for any images or similar material in
their manuscripts before submission.
Submissions should be sent by email to email@example.com before
September 15, 2013.
Digital Studies/Le champ numérique publishes in French and English.