Join us for DH2020 in Ottawa. The city is situated on the border of Canada’s two most populous provinces, Ontario and Québec, on the traditional unceded land of the Kitchissippi Omàmiwininì Anishinabeg, or Algonquin Peoples of the Ottawa River.  The University of Ottawa and Carleton University are the joint hosts for the DH2020 conference.

Founded in 1848, the University of Ottawa is a fully bilingual university, offering its courses in English and French, and priding itself on multilingual research with international reach. It has a long history of digital humanities scholarship, dating from the development of the Mitel Data Analysis Centre in 1998. It is home to an undergraduate program in digital humanities, an annual summer school and a new DH research lab.

Carleton University, established in 1942, offers a BA minor and an MA in digital humanities. It is home to the Hyperlab, the Digital Rhetorics+Ethics Lab, the Discovery Centre makerspace, the Data Science Institute, and the Carleton Centre for Public History.

Are you new to the international Digital Humanities conference? The annual gathering is overseen by the Alliance for Digital Humanities Organization’s Conference Coordinating Committee, which is charged with developing, improving, and maintaining the ADHOC conference protocol and accompanying guidelines. It is overseen by the Alliance for Digital Humanities Organization’s Steering Committee, which is responsible for the general oversight of all ADHO activities. Click through to find out more about ADHO.