JOB: Digital Collections Librarian (University of Wyoming)

UW Libraries seeks a collaborative and creative librarian to join our Digital Collections team.  The Digital Collections Librarian will oversee the digitization of materials in a variety of formats, both 2D and 3D, planning and execution of new digital collections and exhibits, and the maintenance of existing digital collections. The Digital Collections Librarian will coordinate ...

JOB: Research Informatics Specialist (University of Oklahoma)

Salary Range: Targeted salary $72,000 annually, based on experience Benefits Provided: Yes Required Attachments: Resume, Cover Letter, Other Document (See Job Requirements for details) Job Description — The University Libraries seeks to recruit a technical professional who has a passion for the higher education environment to support data-intensive research and digital scholarship projects. The Research Informatics Specialist is ...

JOB: Digital Community Partnerships Specialist (Smithsonian Institution)

Come join the team at the Smithsonian American Women’s History Museum! We’re working to expand the story of America through the often-untold accounts and accomplishments of women individually and collectively—to better understand our past and inspire our future. We’re looking for dedicated individuals to help us create space for women’s history on the National Mall ...

JOB: Digital Stewardship Librarian (Amherst College)

Amherst has taken a leadership role among highly selective liberal arts colleges and universities in successfully diversifying the racial, socio-economic, and geographic profile of its student body. The College is similarly committed to enriching its educational experience and its culture through the diversity of its faculty, administration and staff.   Job Description:   Amherst College ...

EVENT: UT Humanities Center’s Distinguished Lecture Series

The Humanities Center at the University of Tennessee-Knoxville will host “A Counterhistory of Data Visualization” on April 15 as part of their 2023-2024 Distinguished Lecture Series. The talk will be given by visiting scholar Lauren Klein of Emory University and will focus the “return to the origins of modern data visualization in order excavate this ...

CFP: Cultures of Scale: Disciplines, Data, and Labor

Proposals are now being accepted for Cultures of Scale: Discipline, Data, and Labor, part of the Debates in Digital Humanities book series from The University of Minnesota Press. From the call: This volume is designed for a wide array of perspectives. We have much to gain from the complex and critical debates on scale within ...

CFP: Digitorium 2024

Digitorium, the annual Digital Humanities conference hosted by the Alabama Digital Humanities Center at University of Alabama Libraries, is now accepting proposals. They specifically “encourage submissions that ask big questions, present puzzles for problem-solving, and share outside of the box ideas.” Presentation formats include: Papers: 15 minute presentations (max 2000 words). Papers are an opportunity for ...

EVENT: DH@Guelph Summer Workshops

The DH@Guelph team, partnered with Canadian Certificate in Digital Humanities (CC:DH), has announced their 2024 Summer Workshops which are set for May 14th- 17th. The workshops will focus on topics related to digital humanities research and teaching from a variety of disciplines. Workshop topics include: Making Connections: The Semantic Web for Humanities Scholars Introduction to ...

JOB: Digital Humanities Librarian (Florida International University)

Florida International University Libraries (FIU Libraries) serves as the intellectual heart of our students’ academic journeys, offering pathways to knowledge and discovery, ultimately paving the way for student success. Our libraries provide essential resources crucial for research and innovation, fostering collaborative research endeavors and supporting scholars throughout the entirety of their research lifecycle. FIU Libraries ...

RESOURCE: Working with Named Places: How and Why to Build a Gazetteer (Programming Historian)

The latest lesson from Programming Historian is “Working with Named Places: How and Why to Build a Gazetteer” by Susan Grunewald and Ruth Mostern. The lesson takes the learner through the process of creating a gazetteer from historical texts and then shows how one might leverage the gazetteer’s data using linked open data and GIS. ...

EVENT: Black Digital Humanities Symposium

The Black Digital Humanities Lab will host a Black Digital Humanities Symposium on April 12. The symposium “brings together graduate students, practitioners, community activists, and artists to discuss the future of this field, exploring what it means to come together to weave Black futures.” Sessions include panels on representation & resistance in digital media and ...