From the ad: The Digital Humanities Technology Specialist is the DevOps engineer and technical developer within NYU IT Research Technology and NYU Libraries Specialized Research Services, a group that encompasses Data Services (DS) and Digital Scholarship Services (DSS). This Specialist will work alongside IT staff, librarians and researchers to plan and develop cutting edge research…

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From the ad: The Immersive Technologies Librarian’s primary focus is the creation of Studio X, a program and space for students, staff, and faculty to augmented, extended, mixed, and virtual reality (XR) and related technologies. The purpose of Studio X is to inspire innovative and interdisciplinary engagement, and to facilitate the development of a rich…

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… I suddenly felt the urge to imagine Notre Dame as it had always stood: tall, splendid and unmoved. At the center of the Old City. Battered yet unscathed, as Victor Hugo had seen it, through so many troubles and troubling times. Notre Dame had survived the French Revolution. How did I know this? I…

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From the ad: Reporting to the Head of the Scholars’ Collaborative, the Digital Scholarship Librarian works closely with information professionals and technology experts in the Libraries, on campus, and at other institutions to assist campus scholars with integrating digital resources and methodologies with traditional approaches for teaching, learning, research, and engagement. As a member of…

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About the resource: Think you need a computer to understand or practice the Digital Humanities? Think again! (And again.) We have built a collaborative card game, taking inspiration from tabletop games such as Pandemic, Ammonia, and Kate Compton’s Generominos. The principal act is the creative combination of DH tools and other technologies directed towards solving…

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This post is part of a joint series entitled “Digital Research, Digital Age: Blogging New Approaches to Early American Studies,” hosted at the Panorama and the Junto. This joint series stems from  stemming from a conference entitled “Revolutionary Texts in a Digital Age: Thomas Paine’s Publishing Networks, Past and Present,” organized by Nora Slonimsky at Iona College in October 2018. This series will…

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From the ad: Boston College invites applications for the position of Visiting Assistant Professor in the International Studies Program. This appointment is for the 2019–2020 academic year, with the possibility of renewal for two additional academic years. Salary is competitive; teaching load will be the equivalent of two courses each semester. In the fall semester,…

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