Umea University invites PhD students from the Nordic countries to a semester-long course exploring the theory and practice of digital history.
These visiting fellowships are intended to enable scholars working in computational humanities to conduct research and
to participate in the academic life of the eHumanities Group of the KNAW.
In conjunction with the University of Michigan Series in
Digital Humanities, the University of Michigan and the
Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and
Collaboratory (HASTAC) are pleased to announce the 2014 UM
Press/HASTAC Digital Humanities Publication Prize. The prize,
an advance contract, will be awarded for an innovative and
important project that displays a critical and rigorous
engagement in the field of Digital Humanities. The winner
will be announced at the 2014 HASTAC Conference.
Submissions will be accepted on a rolling basis.
For questions, please contact the UM Press Executive Editor,
Tom Dwyer: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks to a generous grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities, three workshops on humanities data curation will be offered in 2013-14. Find out how to apply below.
Location: College Park, MD
Dates: October 16-18, 2013
Apply by: August 7, 2013
Thanks to support from the National Endowment for the Humanities, limited funding will be available to offset the cost of attending the institute workshops and will be awarded based on need. Subvention of travel and lodging costs will be handled via reimbursement. Up to three people from a single institution may apply. Each institute workshop will be limited to 20 participants.
Questions? Contact Institute Coordinator Megan Senseney at mfsense2 [at] illinois.edu or (217) 244-5574.
The Five Hundred Year Archive project focuses on bringing together scattered, lost, misidentified and inaccessible records of pre-colonial Southern Africa. Post-docs and research scholarships are available for digital archivists and graduate students:
The Five Hundred Year Archive (FYA) project by the Archival and Public Culture Research Initiative (APC) builds on a resurgence of research interest in the history of Southern Africa in the five-hundred year period before the advent of colonialism. It aims to build an online research intervention that brings together a variety of institutional and discipline specific archival material in a collaborative, single searchable online portal. The APC is based at the University of Cape Town in South Africa.
This competition is for research papers looking at some aspect of the national, regional, or international practice of the Digital Humanities.
The Centre for Creative and Cultural Research is seeking two PhD students to join its new Flagship Program, Digital Treasures.
The Art Authority Summer Intern Program offers art and art history majors a 21st century alternative to traditional art docent internships. By working on our cutting-edge app and database, technology-focused students gain experience with and exposure to a set of tools they’ll need as “art goes digital.”
Art Authority Summer Intern Program, year 3 // Art Authority.