Conference Program


We are delighted to have Kim Christen and Marin Dacos as keynote speakers for DH2017. They have been invited as internationally renowned scholars working on issues of access (the conference theme). In addition, the 2017 Antonio Zampolli Prize will be awarded to the Textual Encoding Initiative (TEI) community, and there will be a keynote lecture with three foundational figures in the history of the TEI: Nancy Ide, Michael Sperberg-McQueen, and Lou Burnard. More information is available on the Keynotes page.

Preliminary Conference Schedule

  • August 6: ADHO Steering Committee meeting
  • August 7: executive committee meetings
  • August 7-8: conference workshops
  • August 8, late afternoon: opening ceremony and reception
  • August 9-11: main conference program
  • August 12: excursion day


We anticipate that the program will be available in the spring. (Delegates were notified about acceptance in mid-February.)


The rates for the conference will be announced in the spring.

Call for Papers

The DH2017 Call for Papers is now closed. It was available in English, French, German, Italian, and Spanish.