King’s is investing resources to grow the cutting edge research and pedagogy as well as expand the innovative project work that characterises much of the practical activity in the digital humanities. Please click on the links to be taken to the job descriptions and apply. Professor of Digital Humanities; Lecturer in Digital Curation; Lecturer in Digital Culture; Lecturer…

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Even as we grapple with ever more sources, websites, databases, etc., new approaches are gaining ascendancy in the world of digital humanities. Historical GIS has become the mainstay of environmental history, while text mining is changing the way many scholars approach their research. Like all methodologies and technologies, however, there are limits to what they…

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The British Library has compiled a list of 1429 medieval digitized manuscripts. “It’s that time of year again, friends, and we’re pleased to (belatedly) celebrate the holidays by giving you a magnificent gift.  This gift is certainly worth the wait, though – a massive list of Digitised Manuscripts hyperlinks!  We’re mixing it up a little…

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At ALA Midwinter in Boston, we attended several valuable sessions on assessment, evaluation, and data visualization. Here’s a roundup of what we heard. ARL Library Assessment Forum Kenning Arlitsch, dean of the library at Montana State University, reported on his grant project, Measuring Up: Assessing Accuracy of Reported Use and Impact of Digital Repositories. While…

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This conference examines the trajectory of feminist digital studies, observing the ways in which varied projects have opened up the objects and methods of literary history and cultural studies. We welcome presentations that will together reflect on the past, present, and future of digital literary and cultural studies; examine synergies across digital humanities projects; and…

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