Call for Papers: What’s Past is Prologue – The NewsEye International Conference

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Submissions are now being accepted for the NewsEye International Conference, which will be hosted online by the Bibliothèque nationale de France (National Library of France) on 16-17 March 2021.

To propose an individual paper or a collective panel, please send the following information in English to newseyeconference@gmail.com by 19 January 2021 at midnight CET:

  • The name(s), email address(es), and country/countriesof theparticipant(s)
  • A short biography or CV of the participant(s)
  • An abstract (500 words for individual papers and 1,500 words for collective panels including paper-abstracts)

We welcome contributions from all disciplines and career stages, especially early career researchers. Every submission will be reviewed by at least two committee members who come from various professional backgrounds. Extended abstracts of accepted submissions will beuploaded to NewsEye’s website and Zenodo page at the conference’s end. Topics may include (but are certainly not limited to):

  • The politics of Cultural Heritage digitisation
  • Digital approaches to Cultural Heritage (i.e. Collections as Data)
  • Digital Humanities approaches to Cultural Heritage
  • Computational approaches to the analysis of cultural heritage
  • Artificial Intelligence for Cultural Heritage
  • Digitised newspapers as humanities research corpora
  • Critical approaches to Digital Humanities
  • Experimental DigitalHumanities
  • Computational basics and coding literacy for researchers in the humanities
  • Machine Learning and Computational Intelligence
  • Critical approaches to Artificial Intelligence
  • Sustainability of data and tools

Find more information here: https://www.newseye.eu/resources/newseye-international-conference/

Please contact Project Officer Amanda Maunoury (amanda.maunoury@bnf.fr) with any queries you may have.

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