PROJECT: The Latino Catskills Project

Recovering the US Hispanic Literary Heritage (University of Houston) announces the launch of a new digital project, The Latino Catskills, designed to “resituates the rural Catskills region, located 100 miles northwest of New York City, as a generative space of Latino culture and identities” by focusing on the “countless Spaniards, Cubans, Puerto Ricans, and others ...

CFP: Digital Humanities Utah 6

The sixth Digital Humanities Utah Symposium (DHU6) will be held on February 25-26, 2022 at Brigham Young University. Early career scholars, graduate students, newcomers to the digital humanities (DH), and members of traditionally underrepresented groups are especially welcome to apply. From the call for papers: The DHU6 Executive Committee invites proposals for presentations. Proposals are due ...

CFP: Digital Humanities 2022

DH2022, organized by the Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO), will be held July 25-29, 2022 at Toshi Center Hotel, in Tokyo, Japan. The theme of this year’s conference is “Responding to Asian Diversity.” From the call for proposals (English version; the CFP is also available in French, Spanish, German, and Italian): Asia has a ...

EVENT: Learn@DLF

Now in its fourth year, Learn@DLF will offer a range of workshops the week immediately following the virtual DLF Forum and NDSA’s Digital Preservation 2021 on Monday-Wednesday, November 8-10, 2021. Workshops include: Algorithms as Data: A Case Study for Turning Algorithmic User Experiences into Research Data Objects Annotating Cultural Heritage via IIIF Case studies for ...

EVENT: Interrogating Global Traces of Infrastructure Workshop

King’s Digital Lab, King’s College Department of Digital Humanities, and Critical Infrastructures Studies Initiative (cistudies.org) invite you to a workshop on “Interrogating Global Traces of Infrastructure” to be held virtually on November 18, 2021. The second workshop in the series, this workshop seeks to discuss the global dimensions of infrastructure – scale, flow, accessibility, durability, and transparency ...

EVENT: Ethics and Responsibilities of Open Access and its Realization in the Atikamekw First Nation’s Wikipedia

The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab and University of Victoria Libraries invite you to an upcoming virtual talk by 2021–22 Honorary Resident Wikipedian, Nastasia Herold (University of Leipzig), with Thérèse Ottawa (Atikamekw First Nation), on Ethics and Responsibilities of Open Access and its Realization in the Atikamekw First Nation’s Wikipedia. The talk will be held on Wednesday, October 27, 2021, 9:00am–10:00am Pacific ...

JOB: Digital Scholarship Librarian/Digital Scholarship Technologist (Hamilton College)

From the announcement: We seek TWO intellectually curious technology enthusiasts, who enjoy sharing their knowledge with others, to join Hamilton College in the role of Digital Scholarship Librarian or Digital Scholarship Technologist. The incumbents will work collaboratively across disciplines with both faculty and students, partnering with others in the Library and Information Technology Services (LITS) ...

JOB: Digital Projects Coordinator (Library of Congress)

From the announcement: Responsibilities Utilizes knowledge of the major issues, program goals and objectives to coordinate and recommend digital projects related to the ingest of preservation and access of digital collections in the American Folklife Center and the Veteran History Project. Adapts analytical techniques and evaluation criteria to the measurement and improvement of the division’s ...

RESOURCE: Disorientation Guide to Librarianship

Violet B. Fox (World Intellectual Property Organization) has published the Disorientation Guide to Librarianship on her website. The zine is: … a compilation zine created by 23 contributors and published in October 2021. The zine is designed to be an accessible resource for people who are unfamiliar with structural oppression and injustice in librarianship. It is ...

EVENT: Seminar Series: Digital Humanities and Materiality

A seminar series: Digital Humanities and Materiality, organized by Gabriel Brooks and Rada Varga, will take place from autumn 2021–spring 2022. “The series will present a range of discussions around material culture and the research possibilities offered by digital methods and approaches.” Sessions for Autumn 2021 include: Tuesday October 19, 2021, 16:00 GMT: Andrew Reinhard ...

CFP: Scholarly Editing Volume 40

Scholarly Editing has released a call for contributions for volume 40 of the journal, inspired by: The essays published in Indigenous Textual Cultures: Reading and Writing in the Age of Global Empire (2020) and in The Digital Black Atlantic (2021) emphasize the impacts of decolonial scholarship worldwide, and we are grateful to editors Tony Ballantyne, Lachy Paterson, Angela Wanhalla, ...