CFP: dh+lib Review Editors-At-Large, Spring 2023

The dh+lib Review is looking for volunteers to serve as Editors-at-Large for spring 2023. Editors-at-Large (EALs) are the backbone to the dh+lib Review experiment! We rely on you to find, share, and nominate content that is important to highlight, specifically at the intersections of digital humanities (DH) and libraries. Library professionals, archivists, students, and other DH-curious people, ...

POST: DSC #18: The Data-Sitters’ HathiTrust Mistake

In the latest issue of the Data Sitters Club, “The Data-Sitters’ HathiTrust Mistake,” Cadence Cordell, Quinn Dombrowski, and Glen Layne-Worthey, reflect on their history and experiences with using the HathiTrust Digital Library and offer instructions on using the HathiTrust Research Center’s tools for creating and analyzing text corpora. This is an equally entertaining and instructive ...

RESOURCE: pyktok and traktok for TikTok scraping

Deen Freelon (UNC Chapel Hill) has developed pyktok, a python module that enables collection of video, text, and metadata from TikTok. R users may be interested in traktok, which is ported from pyktok. Both programs note: “This program may stop working suddenly if TikTok changes how it stores its data.” These open-source packages may be ...

CFP: Keystone DH

The 2023 Keystone DH Conference will be held June 16-17th at Johns Hopkins University’s Center for Digital Humanities in Baltimore, Maryland. The organizers are currently seeking paper proposals and project talks that address issues of Scale. From the call: Digital techniques have enabled scholars and practitioners both in and out of the academy to explore problems ...

CFP: DARIAH 2023

The Digital Research Infrastructure for the Arts and Humanities (DARIAH), will be hosting its 2023 annual event 6-9 June in Budapest, Hungary, at Eötvös Loránd University. Presentation proposals are now being accepted addressing the theme, ‘Cultural Heritage Data as Humanities Research Data?’; specific topics encouraged by the organizers include: Sustainable workflows for data management and ...

CFP: Digital Heritage: Museum Data, Digitization and Digital Infrastructure

Digital Humanities scholar and digital heritage practitioner, Dr. Anne Luther (Digital Benin), is proposing a book project with Routledge and seeks proposals for book chapters that address the following: History of Digitization in Museum: history of cataloging, history of digitization and computers in museums, today’s practices. Digital Infrastructure: foundational texts that build an overview on ...

EVENT: Digital Humanities Quarterly Workshops for Potential Authors

From the Digital Humanities Quarterly editorial team: The Digital Humanities Quarterly journal is happy to announce a new initiative to provide greater support for authors throughout the publication lifecycle. As part of this work, starting in January 2023, DHQ‘s peer review team will be holding a series of online workshops to provide information for potential authors about ...

FUNDING: Recovering the US Hispanic Heritage Program (USLDH)

The University of Houston’s U.S. Latino Digital Humanities Center is offering Mellon Foundation Grants-in-Aid to provide stipends to scholars for research and development of digital scholarship in the form of a digital publication and/or a digital project. Proposals must draw from recovered primary and derivative sources produced by Latinas/os in what is now the United ...

OPPORTUNITY: Black Book Interactive Project

The Black Book Interactive Project, a Mellon- and NEH-funded collaborative research project that is working to increase black-authored texts in the digital humanities, has issued a call for application for two programs: The Digital Publishing Scholars Program invites applications from “higher education professionals, graduate students, and scholars who have been actively working with Black literature ...

OPPORTUNITY: ACRL Digital Scholarship Section Liaison Positions

The ACRL Digital Scholarship Section (DSS) is currently seeking applications for two liaison positions: Liaison to ACH One liaison will serve a two-year term (May 2023-June 2025) as the ACRL liaison to the Association for Computing and the Humanities (ACH) as part of the ACRL Liaisons Program. This is a new liaison position to ACH. ...

JOB: Assistant Professor, Digital Humanities (Purdue)

From the announcement: The Purdue Libraries seek an Assistant Professor who will join a vibrant group of faculty in the Purdue University Libraries and School of Information Studies to teach and apply innovative digital methods to humanistic research questions. The faculty member will teach courses that contribute to the Libraries’ co-sponsored graduate and undergraduate certificates ...