From the organizers:
Coptic SCRIPTORIUM is pleased to host a second workshop and symposium on Digital Humanities and Coptic Studies. It will take place March 12-13, 2015 at Georgetown University in Washington, DC. This event follows on the workshop in May 2013 at Humboldt University, Berlin.
The first day will be a public symposium and workshop on the state of the field; the second day will be dedicated to Coptic SCRIPTORIUM (use of the corpus and technologies, contributing to the project, future directions, possible collaborations).
For the symposium, we welcome proposals for presentations on research in Digital Coptic studies (20 minutes), project descriptions (10 minutes), and roundtables or panels on questions and emerging standards. Researchers in areas other than Coptic whose work can contribute to scholarly conversations in Digital Humanities and Coptic Studies are welcome to submit proposals, as well. Ample time will be reserved for discussion throughout the day.
There are no registration fees to attend. There may be limited travel bursaries available for presenters.
Those interested in submitting a proposal should visit the website for more information.