ACLS invites applications for the second competition of the Public Fellows program. The program will place 13 recent Ph.Ds. from the humanities and humanistic social sciences in two-year staff positions at partnering organizations in government and the nonprofit sector. Two are related to the Digital Humanities:
CLIR: Program Coordinator and Analyst, Anvil Academic Publishing
The Program Coordinator and Analyst will have two related areas of responsibility: 1) program coordination, working closely with all aspects of the new publishing venture—peer review, editorial work, technical architecture, format/presentation of the scholarly end product, and the web environment—and
2) analysis of the various functions for optimal coherence and productivity. This position offers a unique opportunity to engage with new forms of scholarly expression and publishing methods.
Newberry Library: The Assistant Director, Digital Initiatives and Services
The Assistant Director, Digital Initiatives and Services will play an instrumental role in helping the Newberry conceive an integrated digital strategy for research and learning in the humanities. The Assistant Director will work in tandem with members of the Newberry’s Digital Leadership Team as well as other staff members in Library Services, Research and Academic Programs, and Communications.