Call for Papers for MLA 14

DH from the Ground Up

The Discussion Group on Computer Studies of Languages and Literature will host a showcase session to highlight innovative work by undergraduate and graduate students in the digital humanities. This session aims to demonstrate how students, at different levels and from a range of institutions, are expanding their research horizons by engaging in digital projects. Submissions might address any aspect of student work on DH projects, related course work, digital theses, and more. Each accepted panelist will have a workstation at which to demonstrate and discuss their project. We welcome proposals that include a collaborator or advisor. Please email 150-word abstracts to the group’s chair, Amy Earhart (aearhart@tamu.edu), by March 15, 2013.