Job: Colored Conventions Project Postdoctoral Fellow in Data Curation, UD

From the ad:

This will be a two-year postdoctoral fellowship in African American data curation, with time split between the Colored Conventions Project (CCP) and the CLIR Fellow’s own research. Working as a key member of the CCP team, the Fellow will implement and supervise new, multi-institutional partnerships for gathering documents, organizing research data, and sharing metadata related to the nineteenth-century Colored Conventions. Salary will be $67,500 per year, full university benefits and $2,000 in moving expenses. It will also include additional training supported through CLIR, along with additional research and professional development funds of $1,000 per year through the University of Delaware. Travel to present on the CCP will also be supported.

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