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The Library of Congress has hosted annual meetings with digital preservation partners, collaborators and others committed to stewardship of digital content for the past ten years. The meetings have served as a forum for sharing achievements in the areas of technical infrastructure, innovation, content collection, standards and best practices and outreach efforts. We are looking […]
This 3-3 teaching load includes introductory, advanced, and graduate courses as well as American literature survey. Additional competence in literary theory, film studies, or digital humanities preferred. via SUNY Cortland Human Resources – Vacancy Announcements : Posting Details.
The Hesburgh Libraries, University of Notre Dame are recruiting an American History/Digital Humanities Librarian. View job excerpt here.
Washington and Lee University invites applications for a Mellon Foundation postdoctoral fellowship for recent Ph.D.s in history who intend to pursue careers as teacher-scholars in a liberal arts college setting. See the full job ad here.
Why is this space called a “Mall?” Did cattle ever roam the Mall? How have protests changed over time? Visitors will find answers to those questions, and more, in the new website, Histories of the National Mall mallhistory.org, developed by the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media with funding from the National Endowment of […]
The British Library has acquired an exceptional manuscript of a medieval drama, made for Philip the Good, Duke of Burgundy (d. 1467). Duke Philip’s copy is one of the finest surviving illuminated manuscripts of any medieval theatrical text, and is now in two volumes: it includes 20 large miniatures painted by Loyset Liédet (d. 1479), illustrating […]
A call for proposals sponsored by the Libraries and Research discussion group and the Bibliography and Textual Studies discussion group of the Modern Language Association (MLA) has been issued on “Bibliography for the 21st Century.” Abstracts are due March 15, 2014. See the full announcement here.
Welcome to the Illinois Digital Newspaper Collections, a freely accessible online archive of digitized newspaper content from the University of Illinois Library. This collection contains 45 newspaper titles, 78,494 issues comprising 978,921 pages and 6,648,636 articles. See the full resource here.
We invite you to join us on March 11, 2014, at 1:00 PM (EST), for a free webinar on the Ithaka S+R 2013 US Library Survey. SAGE, one of the sponsors of the survey, is hosting the 60-minute webinar, which will feature Elisabeth Leonard, Sage’s Market Research Analyst, discussing the survey findings with Roger Schonfeld, Ithaka S + […]