Call for Posters: 2023 Greater Boston Digital Research & Pedagogy Symposium

MIT Digital Humanities invites submissions for a virtual poster session at a one-day symposium of Boston-area scholars, teachers, researchers, librarians, and students engaged with using or teaching digital methods in humanities and social sciences research on Friday, April 28, 2023.

We encourage students to show work at the event, so please forward this call to students who might be interested in participating!


We seek posters related, but not limited, to the following:

  • Realtime hands-on work (e.g. product demos)
  • Boston-focused projects
  • Digital scholarship since the pandemic
  • Works-in-progress
  • Anything else related to digital research!

What counts as a “poster”?

Anything that we can embed on Gather and that showcases your research counts as a "poster"! Possible formats include a traditional poster, slides, a video explainer, or a link to your web project or prototype

You can view examples from the MIT Digital Humanities Lab's Spring 22 Showcase at (password: showcase).

When and where

The virtual poster session (90 minutes) will be held at lunchtime and asynchronously throughout the day. We are hoping that presenters can be online in the Gather space during the lunchtime session (12:15 - 1:45).

All other sessions will occur in person on MIT’s campus.

Poster Submission

Posters are due by Monday, April 17. Submit your poster here.

We expect to have a draft program by early April 2023. Questions can be sent to


Early April - draft program

April 17, 2023 - poster submissions due

April 28, 2023 - symposium