The content of the Journal of Digital Humanities comes directly from the work that digital humanists around the world produce and share on the open web; there is no formal submission process.
The Journal of Digital Humanities selects, reviews, edits, and publishes the most valuable work identified by the weekly publication Digital Humanities Now. Digital Humanities Now highlights important scholarship and news items for digital humanists from the aggregated RSS feeds in our Compendium of Digital Humanities, automated searches, and information shared by the community at large on Twitter. Please consider joining the community of volunteer Editors-at-Large who help to surface and nominate the pieces that advance digital humanities scholarship and practice.
If you would like your work to be considered for the Journal of Digital Humanities and Digital Humanities Now, or your information has changed recently, please fill out the form below to join the Digital Humanities Registry and be sure to include an RSS or Atom feed, or Twitter handle in the form below.