Association for Computers and the Humanities

Established: 1978. Affiliate since January 2014. Membership: 612. Annual dues: $153; $76 student/senior citizen. Joint with ADHO: $181; $91 student/senior citizen. Joint without subscription to LLC: $40; $26 student/senior citizen; from developing countries $26 or free.

Statement of Purpose: The purpose of the Association shall be to encourage the use of computers and related technologies in the study of humanistic subjects. The Association shall further this goal by sponsoring regular conferences on computers and the humanities, and by otherwise facilitating contacts and discussion among individuals interested in the goal of the Association. The Association for Computers and the Humanities is formed exclusively for educational, research, and advocacy purposes. It is a founding, constituent member of the international umbrella organization, the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO).

Annual Meeting: July

Publications: Digital Humanities Quarterly, open-access journal; LLC, journal of digital scholarship in the humanities; Digital Studies/Le champ numérique, multilingual, open-access journal of SDH-SEMI; Humanist, long-running discussion list; Computing in the Humanities Working Papers, interdisciplinary series of refereed publications


Association for Computers and the Humanities
Boston Univ. Libraries
771 Commonwealth Ave.
Boston, MA 02215

Primary Contact: Jennifer Guiliano,


President and AHA Liaison
Jennifer E. Guiliano
Indiana Univ.-Purdue Univ., Indianapolis

Vice President and President-elect
Matthew K. Gold
Graduate Center, CUNY

Past President
Stéfan Sinclair
McMaster Univ.

Executive Secretary
Vika Zafrin
Boston Univ.

Tanya Clement
Univ. of Texas, Austin

Editor, Digital Humanities Quarterly
Julia Flanders
Northeastern Univ.

Editor, Humanist
Willard McCarty
King's Coll., London

Editor, LLC
Edward Vanhoutte

Editor, Digital Studies/Le champ numérique
Daniel Paul O'Donnell
Univ. of Lethbridge