In the last years, digital humanities have become a dynamically developing research trend. This is visible in the activity of the scholars and in the number of participants of the conferences organized by the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (Montreal, Cracow, etc.).

Linguistic research is an important part of this trend. As the chair of the organizing committee of quantitative linguistics conference QUALICO 2018, I would like to invite members of the DH community interested in quantitative language modeling to submit their abstracts. The conference will be held in Wroclaw (Poland) from the 5th to the 8th of July 2018 (a week after the ADHO conference in New Mexico).

Here you will find the Call for Papers. For up-to-date information please visit the conference webpage at

Chair of the organizing committee,

prof. Adam Pawłowski

In the upcoming Digital History Workshop (19th Octobre, 2017), we will showcase recent tools developed by CLARIAH - a research infrastructure for scholars in the Humanities.
We will focus on:

Social-Economic (Work Package 4)

Richard Zijdeman will present DataLegend and demonstrate how this tool supports research on social-economic history.

Media History (Work Package 5)

Liliana Melgar will introduce the Media Suite, a research environment that assists researchers with the exploration and analysis of audiovisual and contextual sources (such as programme guides).

The workshop will take place between 14h-17h in  Turfdraagsterpad 9, BG 1, eLab (Room 0.16).


Please register by sending a mail to .


CALL FOR ABSTRACTS  for the 2017 edition of the Digital Infrastructures for Research conference (DI4R 2017; 

The Digital Infrastructures for Research conference (DI4R 2017, 30 Nov - 1 Dec, Brussels) will build on the success of the first DI4R event last year in Krakow to showcase the policies, processes, best practices, data and services that are the building blocks of the European Open Science Cloud and European Data Infrastructure. The overarching goal is to demonstrate how open science, higher education and innovators can benefit from these building blocks, and ultimately to advance integration and cooperation between initiatives.

The Programme Committee welcomes abstracts for:

  • posters
  • demos
  • 5-minute lightning talks
  • 15-minute presentations
  • 90-minute interactive sessions: 
Submission deadline: *13 October*.

To register for the conference, fill the online form:

DI4R 2017 is a joint initiative of EGI, EUDAT, GEANT, OpenAIRE, PRACE, and RDA Europe.

January 11, 2018, Singapore

organized as part of the 9th Global Wordnet Conference, Singapore, hosted by Nanyang Technological University, Singapore.
Conference venue: the School of Humanities at Nanyang Technological University.

Workshop Organizers: Francis Bond, Christiane Fellbaum, Erhard Hinrichs, and Mikhail Khodak

Conference website:

For this workshop, we invite papers addressing the topics listed, but not limited to, the ones below: 

  • the use of word embeddings for semi-automatic induction of semantic relations for wordnets
  • the use of wordnet senses for refining word embeddings
  • the use of wordnet data for evaluating word embedding algorithms and word embedding data
  • enriching word synsets with word embedding information
  • the use of semantic vectors for modifying sense representations, such as synset membership

Presentations will fall into one of the following categories:

  • long papers (30 mins)
  • short papers (15 mins)

Submissions should be anonymous and will have to state one of the preferred categories. Acceptance may be subject to changes in the category of the presentation, e.g. a long paper submission may be accepted as a short paper. All contributions accepted for the workshop will be published in the conference proceedings of the 9th Global Wordnet Conference.

Authors are asked to submit extended abstracts of their paper of no less than 3000 words (references excluded). Papers need to be submitted to the EasyChair website for the workshop:

Easy Chair site:

The format of the abstract and of the final paper is in ACL format (PDF):

ACL 2010 paper formats:

The deadline for submissions of extended abstracts is October 15, 2017. Decisions regarding acceptance will be announced to the authors by end of October. Final papers are due on November 30, 2017.

Important note: Inclusion of accepted submissions into the final program and the proceedings is contingent upon at least one author's registration for the 9th Global Wordnet Conference. Late registration and on site registration for participants is possible without inclusion of the paper and without presentation.

Important dates:

  1. October 15, 2017 Deadline for submission of abstracts
  2. October 31, 2017 Notification of acceptance
  3. November 30, 2017 Final papers due
  4. October 15, 2017 Registration for GWC 2018 opens
  5. November 25, 2017 Registration closes for author(s) of papers to be included in the proceedings
  6. January 8-12, 2018 GWA 2018 Conference 
  7. January 11  Workshop on Wordnets and Word Embeddings as part of the GWC 2018 conference program

cfp dh eeSessions on:

  • visual data
  • openGLAM
  • open data
  • wiki platforms
  • open licences across Europe
  • goals and results of dh in higher education

Submit a proposal that contains your full name, institutional and disciplinary affiliation, the title of your paper and an abstract of 200-250 words.

Participation fee of the conference is 19 EUR.

The language of the conference is English.

Graduate school programme with workshops will take place on November 3.

First 100 registrants will get the free accommodation!

Send your proposals by September 15 to:

Authors will be informed about the acceptance of their submission by September 30, 2017.