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Project Manuals as Zones of Engagement: Working Across Disciplines in a Digital Project

The structure of digital humanities projects is often predicated on a manual or guidance document that supports project frameworks and outcomes. Heather F. Ball (St. John’s University), and Kate Simpson (IASH Fellow at Edinburgh University), as a librarian and literary historian respectively, have begun to explore the role of such documentation in the work of …read more

We’re Looking for Spring 2019 Editors-At-Large!

The dh+lib Review, a volunteer-driven service for highlighting and sharing the best of digital humanities and libraries, is looking for editors-at-large for Spring 2019. dh+lib Review posts appear on the dh+lib homepage, in a weekly email newsletter, and in our Twitter stream. They are selected from an aggregated stream of content that is produced and shared by the dh+lib …read more

dh+lib welcomes new editors

We are thrilled to announce some new members of the dh+lib Editorial Team: Linsey Ford (University of Houston – Clear Lake), Ian Goodale (The University of Texas at Austin), and Pamella Lach (San Diego State University) have been named co-editors of the dh+lib Review. Jason Mickel (Washington & Lee University) will be joining our team …read more

dh+lib welcomes new editors

We are thrilled to announce some new members of the dh+lib Editorial Team: Linsey Ford (University of Houston – Clear Lake), Ian Goodale (The University of Texas at Austin), and Pamella Lach (San Diego State University) have been named co-editors of the dh+lib Review. Jason Mickel (Washington & Lee University) will be joining our team …read more

POST: Toward Adversary Anthropologies, or, How to Build Your Own Revolutionary Infrastructure

In a recent article in Cultural Anthropology, Marcel LaFlamme (University of Washington) and Dominic Boyer (Rice University) argue that open access publishing has the potential to facilitate a more revolutionary anthropology, despite the discipline’s reluctance to embrace the movement: Yet the open-access movement has never really caught fire in anthropology beyond a fervent corps of …read more

CFParticipation: ARL, Wikimedia, and Linked Open Data: Draft White Paper Open for Comments through November 30

The Association of Research Libraries (ARL) invites comments on a draft white paper on the potential uses of Wikidata as a linked open data (LOD) repository for library data. In addition to Wikidata’s function as a possible repository, the white paper task force notes that “a significant use case driving the formation of the task …read more

CFP: Library Publishing Coalition Forum 2019

The Library Publishing Coalition (LPC) is accepting proposals for the Library Publishing Forum in Vancouver, BC, from May 8–10, 2019. In addition to presentations, sessions may include other formats such as workshops, working sessions, roundtables, and panel discussions. Forum organizers encourage: Proposals that consider and promote discussions of diversity and inclusion; Case studies that highlight …read more

CFP: Digital Approaches to Teaching Historical Languages (DAtTeL)

The Callidus project invites applications for the Digital Approaches to Teaching Historical Languages (DAtTeL) workshop scheduled for March 28–29 at the Humboldt-Universität zu Berlin. The organizers welcome contributions that deal with any aspect of computer-assisted language learning for historical languages and the specific affordances of blended learning in this area. We want to especially encourage …read more

CFP: Right2Left at DHSI 2019

The Right2Left Organising Committee is soliciting proposals for a half-day workshop on June 8, 2019, at the Digital Humanities Summer Institute. The workshop will focus on digital work in languages written from right to left (RTL), and topics may include: multi-directional texts digital methods and RTL scripts RTL workarounds pre-Unicode histories of RTL digital environments …read more

JOB: Assistant Research Scholar: Digital Initiatives, New York University

From the announcement: The Library of the Institute for the Study of the Ancient World (ISAW) at New York University seeks an Assistant Research Scholar to help develop, implement, and extend its digital projects and to participate in the scholarly life of the ISAW community. A key component of the ISAW Library’s mission is to …read more

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