New Journal: Welcome to Reviews in Digital Humanities

This is super exciting news, and thanks to Perry Collins for sharing with the UF DH Working Group!

From the website:

Reviews in Digital Humanities, edited by Jennifer Guiliano (IUPUI) and Roopika Risam (Salem State University), is the pilot of a peer-reviewed journal that facilitates scholarly evaluation of digital humanities work and its outputs.

The goal of Reviews in Digital Humanities is to foster critical discourse about digital scholarship in a format useful to other scholars. The journal publishes project overviews written by project directors alongside peer reviews written by members of the digital humanities communities. Projects submitted for review are also listed in our project registry, unless otherwise requested by project directors.

Projects within the scope of Reviews in Digital Humanities may include, but are not limited to: digital archives, multimedia or multimodal scholarship, digital exhibits, visualizations, digital games, digital tools, and digital projects. Importantly, it is expected that the outputs selected for review in this journal will blend humanistic and technological inquiry.

We accept submissions of projects in a broad range of methods, disciplines, scopes, and scales. We particularly encourage submission of digital scholarship in critical ethnic, African diaspora, indigenous, Latinx, and postcolonial studies.

The deadline for our first call for projects is September 1, 2019. We welcome early expressions of interest as well. For inquiries or to submit your project for review, please contact the editors, Jennifer Guiliano and Roopika Risam, at