About Sessions and Panels
With more than fifty individual papers, seven panels and a special session offering overviews of the research landscape in the Netherlands, Belgium and Luxembourg, DH Benelux 2017 offers insight into a wide and interesting range of digital humanities trends, currents, projects and activities.
Contributions have been divided over four parallel sessions. To make the programme as accessible as possible, each paper or panel session within each time slot has been given a specific colour.
The full program of the DHBenelux-2017 Conference can be downloaded here as a PDF-file.