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Job: Services Manager, Digital Preservation Network

Digital Humanities Now - Thu, 07/31/2014 - 12:00

The Digital Preservation Network(DPN) is seeking an experienced individual to join our team building a national digital preservation system, to ensure future generations will have access to our digital cultural materials. Working as part of the DPN leadership team, the Services Manager will launch the production suite of DPN services and manage long-term relationships with DPN members and service providers. The DPN Services Manager will be a crucial position, ensuring DPN’s services align with and support the needs and expectations of members.

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Opportunity: ACLS Digital Innovation Fellowship

Digital Humanities Now - Thu, 07/31/2014 - 11:30

ACLS invites applications for the ACLS Digital Innovation Fellowships, thanks to the generous assistance of The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. This program supports digitally based research projects in all disciplines of the humanities and related social sciences. It is hoped that projects of successful applicants will help advance digital humanistic scholarship by broadening understanding of its nature and exemplifying the robust infrastructure necessary for creating such works.

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CFP: Palgrave Pivot Series on “The Digital Nineteenth Century”

Digital Humanities Now - Thu, 07/31/2014 - 11:00

The proposed Palgrave Pivot series, “The Digital Nineteenth Century,” will publish short-form monographs (30 – 50,000 words) on topics at the intersection of nineteenth-century studies and the digital humanities. Partnering with the NINES Center (Networked Infrastructure for Nineteenth-Century Electronic Scholarship) at the University of Virginia, this series will be retrospective and prospective, involving not only explications of digital projects and theoretical considerations of methods, results, rhetorics, and audiences, but also projections that chart a course for future work.

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Resource: Announcing the #Codespeak Kit!

Digital Humanities Now - Tue, 07/29/2014 - 12:00

Source: Announcing the #Codespeak Kit! | Scholars’ Lab

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CFP: Implementing New Knowledge Environments — Sydney Gathering 2014

Digital Humanities Now - Tue, 07/29/2014 - 11:30

Digital technology is fundamentally altering the way we relate to writing, reading, and the human record itself. This gathering explores research foundations pertinent to understanding new practices and emerging media, specifically focusing on work in textual and extra-textual method.

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Job: Paul Mellon Centre Vacancies

Digital Humanities Now - Tue, 07/29/2014 - 11:00

Applications are invited for the new post of Digital Manager at the Paul Mellon Centre for Studies in British Art. The Centre is currently developing a digital strategy and expanding its range of online resources. The successful candidate will help us implement and run an exciting range of digital and online projects that will complement the physical expansion of the Centre in Bedford Square, London.

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CF Participation: Applying to HASTAC Scholars

Digital Humanities Now - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 15:00

The HASTAC Scholars program is comprised of graduate and undergraduate students who are engaged with innovative projects and research at the intersection of digital media & learning, the digital humanities, and technology in the arts, humanities and sciences. We blog, host forums, get feedback on our research, organize events, discuss new ideas and develop new projects. We also teach each other about new technologies that reconceive teaching, learning, research, writing and structuring knowledge.

Source: Applying to HASTAC Scholars | HASTAC

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Resource: The Mewar Ramayana

Digital Humanities Now - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 14:55

Welcome to one of the world’s most beautiful Ramayana manuscripts. The original was prepared for Maharana Jagat Singh, the ruler of the Rajput kingdom of Mewar in Rajasthan, in the middle of the seventeenth century.

Most volumes of the manuscript are now in the British Library. They were presented by Maharana Bhim Singh of Mewar to Colonel James Tod who brought them back to Britain in 1823. Other parts have remained in India, held today in three separate institutions and one private collection.

Digitisation has made it possible for this long-divided manuscript to be brought together again for the first time in almost 200 years. The majority of text pages in the manuscript have been digitised as well as the paintings so that Valmiki’s work can be read in the original Sanskrit.

Source: The Mewar Ramayana

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CF Participation: Digital Humanities Congress 2014 – The University of Sheffield

Digital Humanities Now - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 14:45

The University of Sheffield’s Humanities Research Institute with the support of Centernet is delighted to announce that registration has opened for a three-day conference to be held in Sheffield during 4th – 6th September 2014.

Source: Digital Humanities Congress 2014 – Digital Humanities Congress – HRI – The University of Sheffield

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CF Participation: Digital Humanities Area, Southwest Popular/American Culture Assoc.

Digital Humanities Now - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 14:40

Southwest Popular/American Culture Association

Please join us for the 36th annual conference of the Southwest Popular/American Culture Association, February 11-14, 2015, at the Hyatt Regency Hotel and Conference Center in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The theme for 2015 is “Many Face, Many Voices: Intersecting Borders in Popular and American Culture.”

Digital Humanities (DH) is “a nexus of fields within which scholars use computing technologies to investigate the kinds of questions that are traditional to the humanities, or . . . ask traditional kinds of humanities-oriented questions about computing technologies.” (Kathleen Fitzpatrick, “The Humanities, Done Digitally”). The DH area is seeking papers (approximately 15 minutes in length) that explore the practical, pedagogical, and theoretical issues stemming from the use of Web technologies and other computing techniques and applications to enhance the study of the humanities, particularly popular and American culture studies. What are some of the exciting DH projects being developed today, and how are they redefining the way we approach popular culture? How is DH changing popular culture studies in (and outside of) academe?

Source: Digital Humanities Area, Southwest Popular/American Culture Assoc. Conference, Feb. 11-14, Albuquerque, NM 

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Job: Assistant Professor/Early Modern Renaissance Literature, Ball State University

Digital Humanities Now - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 14:35

Tenure-track faculty position available August 15, 2014.

Responsibilities:   teaching and developing undergraduate and graduate courses in Early Modern/Renaissance and Medieval literature, including Shakespeare; teaching a wide range of courses in English; publishing scholarship in area of specialization; directing graduate student research; participating in service activities.

Minimum qualifications:  earned doctorate in English or related discipline by August 1, 2014, with specialization in Early Modern/Renaissance Literature; record of effective teaching at the college or university level; record of publications and/or presentation in area of specialization.

Source: Assistant Professor/Early Modern Renaissance Literature | Ball State University 

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Announcement: Berkeley Prosopography Services receives NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant

Digital Humanities Now - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 14:25

The National Endowment for the Humanities Office of Digital Humanities announced seven recipients of Digital Implementation Grants yesterday, including Berkeley Prosopography Services (BPS).

Berkeley Prosopography Services, led by Laurie Pearce and Niek Veldhuis, was originally developed as part of a 2009 NEH Digital Humanities Start-Up Grant. Patrick Schmitz, from Research IT, was responsible for the architecture and early development work. Berkeley Prosopography Services is notable for its corpus-agnostic architecture that ensures reusability of technical components to solve comparable problems across corpora, its modeling of probabilistic assertions for disambiguation, and its workspace environments that support and encourage individual and collaborative exploration, and authority tracking.

Source: Berkeley Prosopography Services receives NEH Digital Humanities Implementation Grant | Digital Humanities

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Resource: T.S. Eliot Reads Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats & Other Classic Poems

Digital Humanities Now - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 14:15

Not only did T.S. Eliot draw the cover for the first edition of his Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats, featured yesterday, he even read it aloud for the audiobook edition. You may think the time of the audiobook, now a popular form on digital audio devices everywhere, must have begun long after the time of Eliot had already ended. (Eliot died in 1965.) But as we know from having previously featured their mid-1970s albums of Leonard Nimoy reading Ray Bradbury, the record label Caedmon positioned themselves well ahead of the audiobook game. Using recordings made from readings given in London in 1955, Caedmon managed to release albums of Eliot speaking his own work aloud. Today we offer you T.S. Eliot Reads T.S. Eliot, made available via Spotify. The 18 tracks, running some 75 minutes, mostly features Eliot reading from Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats. But he also recites a handful of other classic poems. (If you need Spotify, you can download the software here):

Source: T.S. Eliot Reads Old Possum’s Book of Practical Cats & Other Classic Poems (75 Minutes, 1955)

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Job: University Archivist + Digital Curator, U of Winnipeg

Digital Humanities Now - Thu, 07/24/2014 - 14:01

Reporting to the Dean of the Library, the University Archivist and Digital Curator will be responsible for managing, building and strengthening the University Archives and library special collections, while playing a leadership role in the Library’s development of a digital infrastructure for the University of Winnipeg that will support teaching and research on campus.

Source: JOB: University Archivist + Digital Curator, U of Winnipeg

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