About the conference: This collaborative workshop offers attendees an opportunity to explore models and best practices in institutional planning and support for digital scholarship, through a mixture of case studies, working group sessions, and presentations. It is designed both for those who are starting a planning process and also for those seeking to move an…

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From the ad: MELLON POSTDOCTORAL FELLOWSHIP, MIT Center for Art, Science & Technology (CAST) (two-year fellowship), to collaborate with MIT faculty and invited guests on the production of an international symposium and a publication issuing from the event. Additional duties will include developing and teaching cross-disciplinary courses or workshops and possibly supervising students engaged in undergraduate research…

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From the announcement: Digital Pedagogy Lab will once again host our annual event at the University of Mary Washington from August 5-9, 2019. Joining us will be a cohort of faculty and keynotes from the U.S., Canada, the UK, and Europe. And for the first time, we’re offering a weekend intensive leading up to the…

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From the CFParticipation: The OED and research The information provided in this survey will be used to help us adapt our existing resources (such as the OED and API), and to help us develop new resources specifically beneficial for researchers and their relevant academic fields. We are also interested in considering any potential research collaborations…

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About the resource: The March is a documentary by filmmaker James Blue (1930-1980) about the March on Washington for Jobs and Freedom in August of 1963. Blue filmed participants as they prepared for the March on Washington in their home cities, followed them as they traveled to Washington, and recorded their reactions as they listened…

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From the announcement: Happy to announce that Chad Gaffield (University of Ottawa) and myself are organizing a workshop to be held between February 27th and March 1st 2019 at the Fields Institute for Research in the Mathematical Sciences. While scholars (and a few scientists) have been developing new methodological approaches for working with historical data, there have been few…

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From the report: Exploit, Code-Switch, Glitch I’d like to open with two quotes to situate my paper within a DH, perhaps para-DH discourse, that is primarily speculative in its intervention. First, a quote from [SLIDE] “Critical Unmaking: Toward a Queer Computation,” by Jacob Gaboury, we must “acknowledge how futurity has been colonized by the cultural…

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