The University of Pikeville seeks an Assistant or Associate professor in Digital Humanities to collaborate with existing Humanities programs to forge a new interdisciplinary program in digital arts, rhetoric, media studies, and medical humanities. Applicants must either be ABD or hold a PhD or MFA in a Humanities or related Digital Humanities discipline at the…

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In the past year, archives and libraries have closed (either permanently or periodically), non-essential international travel has been heavily discouraged or impossible, and anyone who can has been encouraged to work from home. In these circumstances, historians have had to adapt how they do research, perhaps relying more heavily on digital methods or developing more…

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The COVID-19 pandemic has altered the ways in which we work, collaborate and conduct research. While ACH had previously planned for the in-person conference to occur in Houston in 2021, the pandemic presented the organization with an opportunity to host its first virtual event, ACH21. The University of Houston (UH) and the diverse, inclusive communities…

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Day of DH 2021 will take place on April 29. The organizing committee this year is led by Loyola University Chicago and UCLA in USA, University of Guelph in Canada, and Università del Piedmont Orientale in Italy. Our theme this year is multilingual DH, and Digital Humanists from all corners of the world are encouraged…

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A project more than 40 years in the making, the Archive of Healing is one of the largest databases of medicinal folklore from around the world. UCLA Professor David Shorter has launched an interactive, searchable website featuring hundreds of thousands of entries that span more than 200 years, and draws from seven continents, six university…

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Each spring, the National Humanities Alliance (NHA) organizes an annual meeting and an accompanying national advocacy day, in which representatives from most states meet with congressional offices to make the case for federal funding of the humanities. In 2020, 184 individuals representing 41 states held 287 meetings with congressional offices on Capitol Hill. Ithaka S+R…

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In June 2019 and June 2020 The Digital Orientalist held Twitter Conferences in where scholars, students, educators, librarians and curators came together to present their work in short papers on Twitter. Following the successes of these conferences, this year Editor-in-Chief, James Morris, and Contributor for Sinology, Maddalena Poli, are organizing a small workshop-based conference which will…

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