Job: Postdoctoral Fellow & Project Coordinator in Digital Humanities and Popular Political Education, Smith

From the ad:

Putting History in Domestic Workers’ Hands will produce research on domestic worker history and create digitally-based products to support key elements of NDWA’s capacity-building initiatives… The Fellow will assist with research, content development and design for the core political education curriculum, provide expert assistance in popular education pedagogy, including advising on best practices for designing a multi-scalar, non-academic curriculum, and develop digital content management skills as applicable to the project’s goals, including content digitization, digital archiving, content maintenance and copyright clearance for digital materials. The Fellow will have the opportunity to work with Smith College faculty, staff, and undergraduate students, the NDWA Field Director, NDWA Field Coordinator, the NDWA Technology Development Manager, as well as other members of the project team.

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