Category: Funding & Opportunities

Opportunity: CENDARI Visiting Research Fellowships 2015

Opportunity: D-Lab is Hiring Grad Students This Spring

From the announcement:

If you feel inspired to help fellow researchers and students learn about and work with data analysis methods and tools, we’re interested in hiring you.  We are the Social Sciences Data Laboratory (D-Lab). We have an open, inclusive culture that values diversity and open exchange. We’ll let you develop leadership in a particular area while working collaboratively with other students and staff.  Our needs tend to fall into three categories, described below.

Read More: D-Lab is hiring grad students to join us this Spring

Opportunity: Postdoctoral Fellow in the Digital Humanities – HigherEdJobs

From the announcement:

The Humanities Program at the University of Puget Sound invites applications for a three-year postdoctoral fellowship in the Digital Humanities. We are looking for someone with the demonstrated ability to introduce 21st-century tools and methods for conducting research and presenting information to both students and faculty at our four-year liberal-arts institution.

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Opportunity: Bursaries for DH2015

From the announcement:

Each year the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) offers a limited number of bursaries for Early Career scholars presenting at the conference. For DH2015 there will also be additional bursaries available, on a competitive basis, to emerging scholars and practitioners from Australia and New Zealand.

Source: Bursaries | DH2015

Opportunity: NINES Offers Partial DHSI Scholarships

From the announcement:

We are pleased to announce that Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship will be partnering with the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) in order to offer opportunities for members to participate in the series of DH courses at the University of Victoria, June 1st-5th 2015, June 8th-12th 2015, and June 15th-19th 2015.

For a full list of courses, to register, to apply for a tuition scholarship, or for more information, please go to dhsi.org. Make sure to register with a NINES discount code (NINES-Student or NINES-Non-Student).

Source: NINES Offers Partial DHSI Scholarships

Opportunity: ELO-DHSI Summer Courses (June 2015)

From the announcement:

We are pleased to announce that the Electronic Literature Organization (ELO) will be partnering with the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) to offer opportunities for members to participate in the series of DH courses at the University of Victoria that takes place from June 1st-5th 2015, June 8th-12th 2015, and June 15th-19th 2015.

ELO representatives will be teaching two courses at DHSI 2015: “Introduction to Electronic Literature in DH: Research and Practice” and “Advanced Criticism and Authoring of Electronic Literature.” Tuition scholarships are available for students, and ELO members can register at a discounted cost of $300.00 for students and $650.00 for non-students (for registration before April 1st 2015; use discount code ELO-Student or ELO-Non-Student).

Source: ELO-DHSI Summer Courses (June 2015)

Opportunity: Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Digital Humanities at UNC

UNC is offering a post-doctoral fellowship in digital humanities:

This scholar will (1) develop his/her research and publication agenda through the use of digital technologies in a project to be completed by the end of the fellowship experience; (2) contribute to the Carolina Digital Humanities Initiative by participating in the ongoing project work of the UNC Digital Innovation Lab; (3) offer mentoring and professional development training in digital humanities tools and processes for faculty and graduate students; and (4) develop and offer one graduate-level and one undergraduate digital history course each year.

Source: Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Digital Humanities (Digital History Concentration)

Opportunity: Stanford Humanities Center Fellowship

The Stanford Humanities Center provides a collegial environment for faculty who are undertaking innovative projects in the humanities and humanistic social sciences. Fellows participate in the intellectual life of the Humanities Center and the broader Stanford community, sharing ideas and work in progress with a diverse cohort of scholars and benefiting from a wide variety of campus resources. Fellowship term is from September 2015 to June 2016. Deadline to apply is October 1, 2014.

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