Deadline for upcoming issue: March 31st The Journal of Digital Culture and Electronic Scholarship is an international
Call for Papers
peer reviewed interdisciplinary publication with a focus on technology
in the humanities, arts and social sciences. It is offered in both print
and electronic formats, the latter as open access.
Deadline for upcoming issue: March 31st
The Journal of Digital Culture and Electronic Scholarship is an international
The following courses will be offered in Fall 2014:
COMM 663, Telecommunications and Media Studies (Dr. Patrick Burkart)
COMM 689, Special Topics: Media for Social Good (Dr. Srividya Ramasubramanian)
CSCE 675, Digital Libraries (tba)
EDTC 602, Educational Technology: Field, Theory, Profession (tba)
ENGL 603, Bibliography and Literary Research (Dr. Maura Ives)
ENGL 604, Topics in Digital Research (Dr. Laura Mandell)
Swarthmore College seeks a qualified individual to establish and grow a dynamic program to support new models of scholarship. S/he will foster the successful adoption and application of digital approaches to teaching, learning, and research, will develop sustainable and scalable digital resources, and will explore emerging and existing technologies which enable the use of digital content. Will manage a portfolio of digital scholarship, digital collection and library technology projects, in close collaboration with faculty, librarians, academic technologists and tri-college partners.
Initiative for Digital Humanities, Media, and Culture (IDHMC) Graduate Fellowship Research Awards
Call for Nominations, 2012-2013
Introduction to XSLT for Digital Humanities
March 8-10, 2012
Brown University, Providence, Rhode Island
Syd Bauman, Brown University
David Birnbaum, University of Pittsburgh
Cost: $450 ($300 for TEI members and students)
Registration deadline: March 1, 2012
Knowledge Organization and Data Modeling in the Humanities
Providence, Rhode Island
March 14-16, 2012
For the 2012 Convention (THE place where academics in language and literature departments get jobs), the Modern Language Association which hosts the conference decided to sponsor two full panels on what Bethany Nowviskie calls "the alt-ac track." "Alt-ac" comes from the Twitter hashtag #alt-ac, and it expands to "alternate academic," meaning alternate careers for academics.
MITH is currently seeking applications for two part-time (10 hours per week) positions as Text-Encoders to join the Shelley-Godwin Archive project. Remote work is ok—interested applicants do not need to be local to Maryland.