CFP: Congress 2015 special issue of Digital Studies/Le champ numérique

The Canadian Society for Digital Humanities/Société canadienne des humanités numériques will be publishing a refereed selection of papers from the 2015 CSDH/SCHN ACH Joint Conference in Ottawa in Digital Studies/Le champ numérique. The issue will be co-edited by Jon Saklofske (Acadia, CSDH/SCHN), Susan Brown (University of Guelph/University of Alberta, CSDH/SCHN), and Padmini Ray Murray (Srishti Institute of Art, Design & Technology, ACH). Publication of accepted submissions is planned on a rolling basis and will be completed by April 30, 2016.

Submissions are invited from all participants who attended the meeting, including panels and digital demonstrations. Authors 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.

DS/CN publishes content on a rolling basis, with pieces appearing as soon as the editorial workflow is complete. The expected timeline for this issue is as follows:

  • September 15th : Submissions due
  • October 15th – December 15th : Editorial decisions (on a rolling basis as the reviews come in)
  • January 1st  – February 28th  : Revisions due (rolling basis)
  • January 15th  through March 30th : Copy-editing and manuscript preparation (rolling)
  • February 15th -April 15th : Proofing (rolling)
  • April 30th: Last articles published.

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 are due by September 15, 2015 and should be submitted electronically through the DS/CN website (http://digitalstudies.org/).  When submitting, choose “Articles” and please add a comment on the submission form indicating that your paper relates to the 2015 CSDH/SCHN & ACH conference proceedings.

Digital Studies/Le champ numérique publishes in French and English.