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Humanist Archives: Aug. 8, 2020, 7:50 a.m. Humanist 34.219 - pubs cfp: a data-focus on COVID-19

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        Date: 2020-08-07 11:03:03+00:00
        From: Barbara McGillivray 
        Subject: Covid-19 journal special collection

Dear all,

There's a new call for papers for the Journal of Open Humanities Data which I
thought you may be interested in, see below.

Best wishes,


The Journal of Open Humanities Data is going to publish a special collection on
data-focussed papers exploring the widespread effects of COVID-19 through the
lens of the Humanities. The collection is entitled "Humanities Data in the
time of COVID-19" and is led by guest editors Sahba Besharati and Mandy

To find out more and see the call for papers, please visit https://openhumanitie

The submission deadline is 30 September 2020 and we encourage you to forward
this opportunity to colleagues who may be interested.


Barbara McGillivray, PhD
Turing Research Fellow and Senior Research Associate
The Alan Turing Institute / University of Cambridge
Editor-in-chief of Journal of Open Humanities Data

bmcgillivray@turing.ac.uk /


Jenset, G. B. and McGillivray, B. (2017). Quantitative Historical Linguistics. A
corpus framework. Oxford University Press

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