About HASTAC Conferences
Our annual HASTAC conferences are hosted by affiliate organizations at locations around the globe. Previous conferences have taken place at Duke University in Durham, NC; University of California Humanities Research Institute (on the UCI campus) and UCLA: University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign; a fourteen-site international virtual conference; University of Michigan; York University in Toronto, Canada; and at the Ministry of Culture in Lima, Peru.
The conference usually attracts between 250-450 attendees from around the world. Attendees include professors, independent scholars, HASTAC Scholars, graduate and undergraduate students, and professionals dedicated to using the open web to change the way we teach and learn.
Upcoming HASTAC Conferences
Impact, Variation, Innovation, Action
May 11-15, 2016
Nexus Lab, Arizona State University
The HASTAC 2016 Conference seeks proposals for papers and presentations that will emphasize and encourage broader conversations about the past, current, and potential impact of interdisciplinary work in research and education. If the digital humanities are one successful configuration of humanistic and technological research domains, what other configurations are available, or urgently necessary? View the full Call for Papers to submit your application by November 1, 2015.
HASTAC 2016 will investigate collectively the potential for new work, and also encourages participants to engage ways that collaborative teams might use channels beyond academic publication to impact local communities, national conversations, or worldwide systems.
HASTAC 2017 Conference will be held in November 2017 (dates TBD) by the Florida Digital Humanities Consortium in Orlando, Florida. #HASTAC17