UCL invites applications for a Professor of Digital Humanities. This is a joint appointment, tenable in any of the Departments of the Faculties of Engineering Sciences or Arts & Humanities, which will have as its principal focus activity within the interdisciplinary UCL Centre for Digital Humanities.
The Department of Africana Studies at the University of North Carolina at
Charlotte invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor
position with specialization in the field of African Diaspora in Latin
America to begin August 2012.
I am using my own research (and how I came to this research) as a trajectory for launching students into their own research. Below is my prezi; please feel free to use, adapt, alter accordingly to your own needs.
The QRator project, a collaboration between UCLDH, CASA and UCL Museums, funded by the Beacon for Public Engagement, has been chosen for inclusion in the 2011 Museum edition of the Horizon report, produced by the New Media Consortium.
West Chester University of Pennsylvania is seeking applicants for a tenure-track Assistant Professor in Digital History/History and New Media. The area of specialization is open, but should complement departmental strengths. The hire is also expected to lead the Department of History in online teaching and learning initiatives and is expected to develop at least one distance education online general education course
CLIR Postdoctoral Library Fellows work on projects that forge, renovate, and strengthen connections between academic library collections and their users. The program offers scholars the chance to develop new research models, collaborate with information specialists, and explore new career opportunities. Participating libraries benefit from the expertise of accomplished scholars who can invigorate approaches to collection use and teaching, contribute field-specific knowledge, and provide insight into the future of scholarship. Application deadline 12/19/2011.
Last week Digital Humanities Now (@dhnow) was relaunched. This experiment in how we evaluate scholarship begs the question, how will our colleagues outside the digital humanities evaluate our digital work? How can we make our work legible to them? This was the subject of yesterday’s impromptu videoconference discussion.
Understanding the basics of hash functions is important, because it is the underpinning for all content integrity and authentication tools, like digital signatures and security certificates.
Digital Philology is a new peer-reviewed journal devoted to the study of medieval vernacular texts and cultures. Digital Philology encourages both applied and theoretical research that engages with the digital humanities and shows why and how digital resources require new questions, new approaches, and yield radical results.
The Humanities High Performance Computing Collaboratory (HpC) is a summer institute Funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Humanities High Performance Computing is for graduate students and faculty who are conducting scholarship in the digital humanities.