SurvDH publishes several kinds of content. Please send all submissions to survdh [at] protonmail [dot] com.
These are blog posts that offer a timely analysis of surveillance. We are particularly interested in pieces that are grounded in anti-colonial frameworks and that provide insight from fields including cultural, gender, and sexuality studies as well as postcolonialism and decolonialism. Post should be between 300-900 words and should be submitted as .docx or .txt files.
We are interested in featuring new digital projects that assess issues pertaining to surveillance, privacy, technical bias, algorithms, bots, and more. All projects should be submitted via link and should comply with accessibility standards when possible.
We also publish items including guides, lesson plans, and tutorials. Please submit resources as a link or as a .docx or .txt file.
Calls for Papers
We interpret “CFP” quite broadly, including calls for publication, participation, and feedback.
We are looking for work opportunities that are specifically focused on issues pertaining to data ethics, social justice, and the critical digital humanities. We are happy to promote a variety of positions including postdocs, alt-ac opportunities, or tenure track positions that are situated across the university.
Funding and Opportunities
We seek opportunities outside the scope of jobs or CFPs, but that offer learning opportunities or monetary support for digital humanities work.