The Digital Humanities Caucus welcomes submissions from all including college and university faculty; public scholars; university and K-12 educators including contingent faculty; students at the graduate, undergraduate, and even K-12 level; activists; artists; and other researchers, creators, and thinkers. Projects in pedagogy, research, documentary, critical making, digital art, and all other forms are encouraged. Projects can include those in pedagogy, research, documentary, critical making, digital art, and all other forms. Submitted projects should have been completed or significantly updated during the calendar year of application. The Digital Humanities Caucus will announce the prize winner at the caucus meeting at the American Studies Association annual meeting, but submitters are not required to present at or to attend the conference. Submissions are due by August 15, 2017. To be considered, please submit your project using this Google form. Questions should be directed to Carly A. Kocurek, DH Caucus Chair, at firstname.lastname@example.org
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