• We'll be writing about the ongoing Claremont Center for Digital Humanities planning project here all year. Generously funded by the Mellon Foundation, this planning project is led by Jacque Wernimont at Scripps College, along with Allegra Gonzales and Sam Kome of the Honnold-Mudd Library.

Kings College London MA Digital Humanities offer holder webinar

Digital Humanities is a discipline born from the intersection of humanities scholarship and computational technologies. Its key purpose is to investigate how digital methodologies can be used to enhance research in disciplines such as History, Literature, Languages, Art History, Music, Cultural Studies and many others. Digital Humanities has a very strong practical component as it … Continue reading

Digital Frontiers Conference – Call for Proposals

Call for Proposals:   The University of North Texas Libraries and Digital Scholarship Co-Operative seek submissions of conference presentations based on the use of digital archives, social media, and digital tools for humanities research for the third annual Digital Frontiers Conference and THATCamp, September 18-20, 2014 at UNT. Submissions may include individual papers, fully-constituted panels, birds-of-a-feather discussions, … Continue reading

Whittier College Digital Scholar – job posting

Whittier College Digital Scholar – Position Announcement Whittier College, a 4-year liberal arts college in Southern California seeks to hire its first digital scholar. This dynamic and enthusiastic candidate will help create and manage a newly remodeled collaborative digital workspace to be housed in the campus Library. The digital scholar will guide a team of … Continue reading

WOMEN, PEDAGOGY AND TECHNOLOGY AT THE CLAREMONT COLLEGES, 11/15, 2-3, Benson Auditorium, PZ

“Professors and administrators will share a variety of projects and initiatives at The Claremont Colleges that focus upon innovative efforts to improve the education of girls, women, and under-represented populations in STEM fields and others that rely upon technology.” http://www.pitzer.edu/offices/mcsi/emails/2013-14/nov-15-symposium.html Future Opportunities: The Claremont Center for Digital Humanities Jacque Wernimont, Assistant Professor of English at … Continue reading

Open Access and DH goodness from Michelle Dalmau at Indiana University

In honor of Open Access Week, and motivated by a recent mock keynote debate, “A Matter of Scale,” presented by Matt Jockers and Julia Flanders as part of the Boston Area Days of Digital Humanities Conference, I present for exploration, re-use and re-mixing outside of their native interfaces TEI (P4 & P5) and plain text files … Continue reading

CFP DATeCH international conference – Madrid

DATeCH (Digital Access to Textual Cultural Heritage) brings together researchers and practitioners looking for innovative approaches for the creation, transformation and exploitation of historical documents in digital form. – See more here For additional information, please visit www.datech2014.info or send an email to datech@digitisation.eu Target audience The workshop aims to foster interdisciplinary work and linking together participants engaged in … Continue reading

Summer Update #2: Intellectual Property and the Edward S. Curtis Collections

This is the second in a series of posts discussing the pilot project currently underway as part of our Mellon planning grant. Undergraduate research fellow and Scripps student, Amy Borsuk offers us an overview of the intellectual property rights research that we discovered was essential to a responsible use of the Curtis photographs. We began … Continue reading

Summer Update

The CCDH team (Jacque Wernimont, Allegra Swift, Sam Kome, our graduate fellows David Kim, Ulia Gosart, and Heather Blackmore, and undergraduate researchers, Amy Borsuk and Bea Schuster) – has undertaken a summer pilot project arising from the Honnold-Mudd special collection holdings of Edward S. Curtis’ photography. Curtis (1868-1952) was a renowned and prolific photographer most known for … Continue reading

Mellon Digital Research and Scholarly Communications Fellows

I am delighted to be welcoming three fantastic scholars to the Claremont Center for Digital Humanities as Mellon Digital Research and Scholarly Communication Summer Fellows. We had a great response to our call and the work that graduate students are doing in the southland is really impressive. I wished we were able bring everyone on … Continue reading

Summer Fellows Positions

Mellon Digital Research and Scholarly Communication Fellow Claremont Center for Digital Humanities, Claremont University Consortium With the generous support of the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, the Claremont Center for Digital Humanities offers three Digital Research and Scholarly Communication Summer Fellowships to begin June 2013. Research Fellows will join our pilot project to develop a digital … Continue reading

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