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    Matthew K. Gold

    Dear Colleagues,

    As co-membership officer and VP of the Association for Computers and
    the Humanities (ACH), I’m writing to encourage past members to rejoin the
    organization and new members to join it in advance of our upcoming
    elections. Those elections open on March 1, and only members who have
    renewed for 2018 are eligible to vote. Make sure your voice is heard by
    renewing and updating your email with Oxford University Press before
    February 28th.

    If you plan to attend the DH 2018 conference in Mexico City and want
    to take advantage of reduced member registration rates, consider
    registering now so that you can have a say in ACH’s future. Or, if you want
    to support ACH publications such as the open-access *Digital Humanities
    Quarterly* and Humanist-l, join now and become an ACH member. We have many
    exciting upcoming ventures, including the first-ever US-based ACH/Digital
    Humanities Conference, to be held in Pittsburgh in 2019. The upcoming
    elections are crucial for these and other activities in ACH’s future.

    Registration is $40 for members and $26 for students. You can renew
    by following the directions you received in an email from Oxford
    University Press or by visiting the ACH Membership page: .

    If you’re not sure whether your renewal was successful, or if you
    encounter any problems with renewal, please email OUP customer service at, and cc To escalate an
    issue, you can email, but be sure to cc so we can help ensure your renewal is processed

    While renewing your membership, make sure your OUP profile is up to
    date with your current email address. OUP will be sending out the ballots
    to the email address they have on file (which may be different than the
    email address where you’re receiving this message).

    If you have any questions or concerns, please get in touch with us at

    Thank you and we hope that you will join or re-join us soon!



    Matthew K. Gold, Ph.D.
    Director, M.A. Program in Digital Humanities & M.S. Program in Data
    Analysis and Visualization /
    Associate Professor of English & Digital Humanities /
    Advisor to the Provost for Digital Initiatives, CUNY Graduate Center
    Vice President/President-Elect, Association for Computers and the Humanities | @mkgold

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