The Digital HPS Consortium is holding its annual conference from Friday morning August 26, through Sunday morning August 28, 2016 at the University of Oklahoma. The conference title is “Varieties of Digital Humanities Experience: Avoiding Silos while Maintaining Uniqueness.”
The Digital HPS Consortium brings scholars together who are creating complex digital projects. During the meetings these scholars discuss their work, share experiences, and make new connections.
We welcome papers on all types of digital projects in the history and philosophy of science. The meeting theme encourages authors to focus on the question of how individual projects can be interlinked within networks and on the difficulties of creating resources that can be shared widely. The meeting will conclude with a focused, practical discussion for building a general framework for cooperation.
All meetings will take place in Bizzell Memorial Library on the campus of the University of Oklahoma in Norman, Oklahoma. Please go to Norman 2016 dHPS meeting information for more information on the conference venue. Free registration for the meeting can be found here. At the registration site, you can enter your suggestion for a paper, if you desire to make a presentation. Space is limited. Registration deadline is April 30, 2016.