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Opportunity: Medical Heritage Library Fellowships

About the fellowships: MHLonArchiveSpark Development for the Digital Humanities: Hosted by one of our member institutions in New York, Boston, New Haven, Philadelphia, or San Francisco, the fellow will develop a user-friendly web interface and author supporting workflows to make MHLonArchiveSpark functionality more broadly accessible to researchers and better facilitate: 1) using the MHL’s Advanced Search…

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Funding: Frictionless Data Tool Fund

About the funding: The Frictionless Data Tool Fund, supported by the Sloan Foundation, is providing a number of mini-grants of $5,000 to support individuals or organisations in developing an open tool for reproducible science or research built using the Frictionless Data specifications and software. We welcome submissions of interest from 15th Feb 2019 until 30th…

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Opportunity: Material Maps in the Digital Age

About the opportunity: The Newberry Library’s Hermon Dunlap Smith Center for the History of Cartography is pleased to announce Material Maps in the Digital Age, a four-week NEH seminar (Monday, June 10 — Saturday, July 6th*) for college and university faculty. The seminar directors, Dr. James Akerman (a geographer and the Newberry’s Curator of Maps) and…

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Opportunity: Networking Archives Training Schools and Colloquium

About the opportunity: ‘Networking Archives’ (networkingarchives.org) is a three-year collaborative research project that will merge the early modern correspondence data collected in ‘Early Modern Letters Online’ with metadata from ‘Gale State Papers Online’. The resulting dataset and accompanying infrastructure will allow researchers to interrogate and analyse epistolary metadata to pose new kinds of questions on…

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Opportunity: Networking Archives Training Schools and Colloquium

About the opportunity: ‘Networking Archives’ (networkingarchives.org) is a three-year collaborative research project that will merge the early modern correspondence data collected in ‘Early Modern Letters Online’ with metadata from ‘Gale State Papers Online’. The resulting dataset and accompanying infrastructure will allow researchers to interrogate and analyse epistolary metadata to pose new kinds of questions on…

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Opportunity: Jewish South Summer Institute

About the opportunity: Summer scholars will become familiar with the substance of southern Jewish history and will ponder larger questions of belonging and identity, acceptance and exclusion, acculturation and preservation. Jews have often served as a litmus test for the level of tolerance of the societies in which they have lived. Using a range of…

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Funding: NULab Seedling and Travel Grants

About the funding: The NULab is once again inviting proposals for seedling grants, travel, and co-sponsorship of events related to digital humanities and computational social science. The deadline is March 1, 2019. Proposals should be submitted to Sarah Connell at sa.connell[at]northeastern.[dot]edu. Seedling grant proposals should be no more than 2 pages, and travel and co-sponsorship proposals no more than…

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Funding: 2019–2021 Postdoctoral Scholar, Obermann Center for Advanced Studies

About the funding: The Obermann Center for Advanced Studies at the University of Iowa welcomes applications for a full-time, twelve-month Postdoctoral Scholar. The two-year residency will begin on August 12, 2019 and is a twelve-month appointment each of the two years. The position is funded through the generosity of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation and…

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Funding: Attend Digital Pedagogy Lab as a 2019 Fellow

About the funding: …As an event, the Lab receives no financial support from any institution or corporation, relying instead on the donations and contributions of its community, and on the revenue generated by registrations. Each year, we earmark funds to provide fellowships to as many people as we can. A Digital Pedagogy Lab Fellow attends…

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Funding: DHSI 2019 Tuition Fellowships

About the funding: Want to learn more about digital humanities skills, methods, and inquiry? The Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) at the University of Victoria has a tradition of transformative training. The University of Virginia, as a sponsoring institution of DHSI, provides 5 tuition-free fellowships to attend a Digital Humanities Summer Institute course or workshop…

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