The Digital Humanities Caucus of the American Studies Association seeks submissions for the Garfinkel Prize in Digital Humanities. This award honors caucus founder Susan Garfinkel for her longstanding service to the caucus and her commitment to an inclusive, interdisciplinary, welcoming Digital Humanities.

The Garfinkel Prize recognizes exceptional work at the intersection of Digital Humanities and American Studies. It is awarded by the Digital Humanities Caucus of the American Studies Association. This award honors caucus founder Susan Garfinkel for her longstanding service to the caucus and her commitment to an inclusive, interdisciplinary, welcoming Digital Humanities. The annual award recognizes excellent work at the intersection of American Studies and Digital Humanities and accepts submissions from all including college and university faculty; public scholars; university and K-12 educators including contingent faculty; students at the graduate, undergraduate, and even K-12 level; activists; artists; and all other researchers, creators, and thinkers. Projects can include those in pedagogy, research, documentary, critical making, digital art, and all other forms.

To be considered, please submit your project using this Google doc form: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1kTyAHiOPur-O5rJbW5QnDx6gjsvQks3iZyOCL-j7yYc/

Submissions are due by August 15, 2017. Questions should be directed to Carly A. Kocurek, DH Caucus Chair, at ckocurek@iit.edu If you need to mail materials (ie, if your project cannot be conveyed electronically), please contact ckocurek@iit.edu to make arrangements.