Keystone DH 2024 @ Penn State Erie, The Behrend College

Submission Form and Timeline


The theme of Keystone DH 2024 is play, the serious fun of exploration, experimentation, immersion in digital humanities. While we welcome proposals that address our conference theme, presentations need not address the theme directly, and may address any aspect of digital humanities broadly conceived.


We are planning 90-minute panel blocks (as usual for this conference). We are considering proposals for individual ~15-minute presentations or for fully a formed "roundtable" panel with multiple identified participants.

As with previous Keystone DH conferences, we welcome a range of proposals, including:

Use of generative AI language tools:

Since generative AI is an important and timely area of investigation in digital humanities, we are interested in your experiments with it, but we expect our conference participants to take responsibility for authorship of proposals and presentations. We ask that conference applicants and presenters report their use of generative AI language tools, following arXiv's AI policy.