American Museum of Natural History Presents Digitized Manuscripts of Charles Darwin | American Museum of Natural History. In celebration of Darwin Day, the American Museum of Natural History is officially unveiling the first phase of the Darwin Manuscripts Project—the most comprehensive catalog of Charles Darwin’s scientific manuscripts ever compiled. The project is an ambitious online…

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Provides leadership and coordinates digital library initiatives and programs for all libraries. Works collaboratively with university faculty and administration to develop and advance digital initiative programs including web-based services, information technologies, and programs supporting the integration of digital collections and digital library services. Directs the work of librarians, programmers and staff with expertise in development…

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The Special Projects Librarian assists the Associate University Librarian for Library Information Technology (AUL for LIT) in the coordination of major digital initiatives within the University Library. The Special Projects Librarian works with the AUL for LIT, as well as with key staff, in the delivery and management of digital library content and services, and will…

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Say you’re interested in patterns of communication between individuals who are members of multiple organizations (like for instance historical societies), or artefact types across multiple sites. You might like to map the network between these individuals and those organizations to understand something of how information flows in that world, how social norms permeate, or ideologies…

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For (dis)junctions 2012, we are seeking papers that explore the construction and definition of “narrative” in all its mediated and mediating forms. The word narrative is typically associated with storytelling and plot, but for this year’s conference we want to understand “narrative” as any instance of producing meaning or “truth.” In this regard, a piece…

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The first international conference on translating E-literature will take place from 12 to 14 June at the Universities of Paris 8 Vincennes-Saint-Denis and Paris 7 Diderot Denis. The conference is organized by OTNI: Objets textuels non identifiés(UTO: Unidentified Textual Objects), a research project into the evolution of textuality in the digital age. It is supported by…

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The Postdoctoral Fellow in Digital Humanities and Pedagogy will work as a catalyst for faculty innovation bridging learning resources, curricula, and scholarly opportunity with appropriate academic technologies.  The Fellow will plan, promote, and implement strategies to encourage faculty discourse about pedagogy, elearning tools, and the integration of digital media into teaching and scholarship.  The Postdoctoral Fellow is a…

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As much as we can do to preserve archived websites once we have them, the challenges we encounter are always already determined by how those websites were originally constructed. In the interest of giving us and others the best possible chance of preserving your online content, I wanted to follow on an excellent blog post by Robin Davis (previously) of the Smithsonian Institution Archives on the…

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Texas A&M University seeks to hire at the level of Associate or Full Professor a dynamic scholar with an established record in digital humanities research and academic leadership to participate–as Associate Director–in establishing an interdisciplinary Institute for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture. The Institute has been designated one of eight Texas A&M Initial University Multidisciplinary…

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