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Humanist Archives: March 19, 2019, 5:27 a.m. Humanist 32.558 - events: DH 2019; ontologies; social media

                  Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 32, No. 558.
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    [1]    From: Kim Martin 
           Subject: CFP: Ontologies for Linked Data in the Humanities (41)

    [2]    From: Fabio Ciotti 
           Subject: DH2019: Workshops program and early bird registration (36)

    [3]    From: Anatoliy Gruzd 
           Subject: International Conference on Social Media & Society #SMSociety (Toronto, Canada) (45)

        Date: 2019-03-18 13:48:46+00:00
        From: Kim Martin 
        Subject: CFP: Ontologies for Linked Data in the Humanities

Scholars, researchers, and advocates of linked open data from the
humanities and GLAM community are invited to participate in a half-day
workshop, "Ontologies for Linked Data in the Humanities", to take place
prior to the start of Digital Humanities 2019, in the morning of July 8th,
in Utrecht, Netherlands. We are soliciting short papers (up to 2000 words)
related to ontologies for an online collection and for presentation at the

Please note: If you are unable to attend DH2019 but would still like to
contribute a paper to this open source resource, please submit your
contribution at the link below (it will ask you if you are attending). This
link will remain open after the workshop call is complete to collect
further contributions.

Full details can be found here:

We hope you consider taking part!

Program Committee:

Susan Brown
Johanna Drucker
Jasmine Drudge-Willson
Kim Martin
Ryan Shaw
Joseph T Tennis

Kim Martin
Michael Ridley Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Humanities
Co-Founder, The MakerBus Collaborative
Secretary, Canadian Society for Digital Humanities
College of Arts
University of Guelph
MacKinnon Building Rm 1001
Phone: (519) 824-4120 ex. 58245
Twitter: @antimony27

        Date: 2019-03-16 09:00:17+00:00
        From: Fabio Ciotti 
        Subject: DH2019: Workshops program and early bird registration

Dear colleagues

The DH2019 Program Committee and the University of Utrecht are happy and
honoured to welcome you to the DH2019 Conference in Utrecht, the

DH2019 will take place from July 9 - 12 in the fascinating TivoliVredenburg
building. The pre-conference workshops will be on Monday July 8 and Tuesday
July 9.

The schedule and abstracts of the pre-conference workshops and tutorials
are available at:
The program of the SIG (ADHO Special Interest Group) workshops is available

Please note that the early bird fee ends on March 31st! Also, as hotel
rooms are limited in Utrecht, it is advisable to arrange your accommodation
as soon as possible. On the conference website you can find information
about the program, registration, the venue, accommodation and travel
information: https://dh2019.adho.org/

Please do not hesitate to contact us for any questions you may have.
For question regarding the academic program: dh2019@adho.org
For question regarding the registration and local organization:

We look forward to meet you in Utrecht!
Kind regards,

Fabio Ciotti & Elena Pierazzo
DH2019 Chairs on behalf of the Program Committee

The DH2019 Local Organizers

        Date: 2019-03-16 03:57:13+00:00
        From: Anatoliy Gruzd 
        Subject: International Conference on Social Media & Society #SMSociety (Toronto, Canada)

Dear Colleagues,

The organizing committee of the 10th Annual International Conference on
Social Media and Society (#SMSociety) invites you to visit Toronto on July
19-21, 2019. This year's conference will be held at the Ted Rogers School of
Management and hosted by Ryerson University Social Media Lab. The 2019
conference theme is "Rethinking Privacy and Trust in the Social Media Age."

The Conference offers an intensive 3-day program including hands-on
workshops, full & work-in-progress papers, panels, and posters featuring the
latest in social media research. This year, we are honoured to have two
highly distinguished scholars as our keynote speakers:

*       Tarleton Gillespie, a principal researcher at Microsoft Research New
England, and an affiliated professor in the Department of Communication and
Department of Information Science at Cornell University. His new book,
Custodians of the Internet: Platforms, Content Moderation, and the Hidden
Decisions that Shape Social Media (Yale University Press) was published in
June 2018.
*       Valerie Steeves, a professor in the Department of Criminology at the
University of Ottawa. As the lead researcher of MediaSmarts' Young Canadians
in a Wired World research project, she has been tracking young people's use
of new media since 2000. She is also the principal investigator of The
eQuality Project, a seven-year partnership exploring young people's
experiences of privacy and equality in networked spaces. More info at:

Submission Deadline:

There is still time to submit a poster, panel or hands-on workshop proposal
(due March 18, midnight, Hawaiian time). We hope you consider submitting
your work to the conference and join our interdisciplinary community of
researchers.  More info at: https://socialmediaandsociety.org/submit/

If you have any questions, please contact us via email at
ask@socialmediaandsociety.org   or on
Twitter at @SocMediaConf 


2019 SMSociety Organizing Committee

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