The Index of Digital Humanities Conferences Data
datasetposted on 21.09.2021, 16:16 by Scott B. WeingartScott B. Weingart, Nickoal Eichmann-KalwaraNickoal Eichmann-Kalwara, Matthew LincolnMatthew Lincoln
While the term "Digital Humanities" dates back only to the early 2000s, the communities from which its current practitioners hail are quite a bit older. The Index of Digital Humanities Conferences is a collaboratively constructed dataset and website that presents conference metadata, and linked records within that data. You will find details about conference series and stand-alone academic events reaching back to the 1960s. In a subset, you will find works presented at these conferences: titles and authors, and occasionally additional information such as keywords, languages, and unformatted versions of abstracts or the full work text.
This deposit contains both the "full data" and "simple csv" downloads for the Index of Digital Humanities Conferences, as of 2021-09-17.
Further information on the data is available in the README as well as at https://dh-abstracts.library.cmu.edu/downloads