From the announcement: The winners of the DH Awards 2014 are as follows. Once ‘accidental’ (and not so accidental) duplicates were removed there were 2117 ballots cast by members of the public over two weeks voting for one or more of the categories. Source: DH Awards 2014 Results | Digital Humanities Awards

From the post: It’s been a fast year, and the first incarnation of THATCamp Council is coming to the close of its term. That means we’re looking for new members of the THATCamp Council! What is the THATCamp Council? The Council is seven experienced THATCamp organizers who provide guidance and direction to THATCamp in general….

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We are pleased to announce the schedule for Digital Classicist New England. This initiative, inspired by and connected to London’s Digital Classicist Work in Progress Seminar, is organized in association with the Perseus Digital Library at Tufts University. It will run during the spring term of the academic year 2014/15. Seminars will run from February through April 2015…

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Recently, the Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) announced a national competition to digitize and provide access to collections of rare or unique content in cultural heritage institutions, generously funded by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. This new iteration of the popular Hidden Collections program will enhance the emerging global digital research environment in…

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The Digital Public Library of America (DPLA) is pleased to announce the addition of four Service Hubs that will be joining our Hub network. The Hubs represent Tennessee, Maryland, Maine and the Caribbean.  The addition of these Hubs continues our efforts to help build local community and capacity, and further efforts to build an on-ramp…

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From the announcement: The Benaki Museum has great pleasure in announcing that its journal, which has been published on an annual basis since 2001, is now available in electronic form. The journal Mouseio Benaki has established itself at international level as an academic forum for archaeologists, ethnographers, anthropologists, historians, art historians, museologists and researchers in…

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From the Announcement: Some of the digital art history summer institutes from last year are returning for 2015! At the moment, there are two announced institutes, both being funded by the Getty Foundation: July 13 — July 24: Building a Digital Portfolio at George Mason University: “Participants will learn from experienced RRCHNM and GMU faculty…

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From the announcement: More than 25,000 early English texts from 1473-1700 have been released online to members of the public as part of a collaborative initiative led by the University of Oxford’s Bodleian Libraries and the University of Michigan Library. Source: Bodleian Libraries | Thousands of early English books released online to public by Bodleian…

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From the announcement: I am pleased to announce that “Moving People, Linking Lives: An Interdisciplinary Symposium” will take place March 20-21, 2015 at the University of Virginia. Presentations and workshops will open dialogue across different fields, periods, and methods, from textual interpretation to digital research. Invited participants include specialists on narrative theory and life writing,…

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