The deadline for proposals for this year’s Digital Resources in the
Humanities and Art conference has been extended for a further two weeks.
Whether you consider yourself a creator, practitioner, user, distributor
or custodian of digital resources in the arts and humanities, if you
have something to say or something to show, something to discuss, or a
corner to defend, we'd like to hear from you at this year's conference,
to be held at Dartington College of Arts, UK, 9 - 12 September 2007.
Proposals for academic papers, themed panel sessions and reports of work
in progress can now be accepted up till 20 May 2007.
Your proposal should be no smaller than 500 words and no longer than
2000; it will be reviewed by an independent panel of reviewers, and
notifications of acceptance will be sent out before the end of June 2007.