DH 2024 is the annual conference of the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations. The Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media is excited to welcome you online and in person at our Arlington, VA campus, in the suburbs of Washington, D.C., from August 6-9, 2024, for DH 2024: Reinvention & Responsibility.

Pre-conference workshops will be held on August 5th and 6th, while post-conference social activities will be held on August 10. The entire conference program is expected to become available in June.

Accepted papers can upload their final, camera-ready abstracts using the DH Convalidator. Please adhere to the original word count limits from the CFP and turn in your abstract no later than June 15, 2024.

outline of DC skyline with four red squares, each with a letter reading DH24, and the blue text "Reinvention & Responsibility"

Early bird registration closed on May 15. Regular On-Site registration will run from May 16 to July 15, and Online registration will continue until July 27, 2024. These are the conference registration rates in USD:

Online Early Bird On-Site Regular On-Site
ADHO member $100 $225 $325
non-ADHO member $150 $325 $425
ADHO student $50 $100 $150
non-ADHO student $75 $125 $175

Registration consists of two steps:

  1. Log into the ConfTool for DH2024 and fill out the registration form. Participants who created an account to submit a proposal should use the account. You can edit your free registration add-ons (swag, workshops, tours) even after you submit your registration.
  2. Pay for your registration through GMU’s Mason Marketplace. The link is provided to you within the ConfTool system and in the ConfTool confirmation email.

NOTE: GMU’s Mason Marketplace payments are not automatically reflected in ConfTool. As long as you have a confirmation of payment email from GMU, please do not worry if it takes up to a week for that payment to be manually logged in ConfTool.

ADH actively works toward creating a more diverse, welcoming, and inclusive global community of digital humanities scholars and practitioners. It is, therefore, dedicated to creating a safe, respectful, and collegial environment for anyone attending its events or involved in its activities.

There is no place in ADHO activities for harassment, intimidation, or discrimination based on race, religion, ethnicity, language, political stance, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, physical or cognitive ability, age, appearance, or other group status. Unsolicited physical contact, unwelcome sexual attention, and any behavior that is physically or verbally disruptive, coercive, hurtful, threatening, abusive, or aggressive are likewise unacceptable.

The ADHO Digital Humanities Conference Code of Conduct is available at https://adho.org/adho/code-of-conduct/.

If you have any questions about the conference, please don’t hesitate to contact the local organizing team at dh2024@gmu.edu

The entire conference program is now available! Download our conference app, Whova, to access the program, connect with other attendees, and more.

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