CFP: WOC+Lib

WOC+Lib has released an open call for content on their Twitter account. WOC+Lib “works to provide a digital platform for women of color (WOC) within librarianship,” and their submission guidelines can be found here. The open call for content lists possible topics, including: WOC/POC in librarianship Diversity residencies Archives + diversity Current events + librarianship ...

CFP: Pocket Burgundies

The Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) has released a call for proposals for its “Pocket Burgundy” series of books. Proposals that are selected come with a $2500 stipend. Traditionally, CLIRā€™s reports have been in the areas of preservation, digital libraries, emerging technologies, economics of information, international developments, trends in information use, and the ...

JOB: Digital Humanities Cohort Hire (Brown University, 2 positions)

From the announcements for Digital Humanities Librarian and Digital Humanities Specialist: The Brown University Library seeks to hire a collaborative, innovative, and creative individual to work as our Digital Humanities Librarian and Digital Humanities Specialist. Working as part of a talented, collaborative team, the person in this position serves a central role in critically thinking ...

EVENT: California Digital Humanities Research Institute

California Digital Humanities Research Institute (CaliDHRI) has announced its inaugural event, to be held virtually April 17-29, 2022. Hosted by UC Irvine Libraries and UCLA Libraries, CalDHRI plans to “center Black digital humanities thematically, and rotate annually through Latinx, Asian American, and Indigenous Studies topics while focusing on California-centric research questions and datasets.” Keynotes by ...

CFP: Critical Digital Humanities International Conference

The Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI) at the University of Toronto has released a call for papers for their 2022 Critical Digital Humanities International Conference. The conference foregrounds critical DH research, praxis, and community partnerships. Critical DH is an intersectional field that emphasizes questions of power, social justice, and critical theory in making, analyzing, and ...

CFP: First Monday, “This Feature Has Been Disabled”

First Monday has released a call for papers for a special issue entitled “This Feature Has Been Disabled: Critical intersections of disability and information studies.” Guest edited by Gracen Brilmyer (McGill University) and Crystal Lee (MIT), this special issue aims to center disabled people’s voices in relation to information studies: Within the context of information ...

JOB: Digital Scholarship Programmer (University of Pennsylvania)

From the announcement: The Research Data and Digital Scholarship (RDDS) team at the University of Pennsylvania Libraries is looking for a digital scholarship programmer to be the server-side programmer and technical lead on data-intensive digital humanities and digital scholarship projects. The incumbent will work alongside RDDS team members with skills in data science, text mining, ...

JOB: Open Knowledge Licensing Coordinator (Center for Research Libraries)

From the announcement: The Center for Research Libraries (CRL) seeks an Open Knowledge Licensing Coordinator. The Open Knowledge Licensing Coordinator is responsible for advancing open knowledge on a global level through coordination of CRLā€™s licensing activities. Reporting to the Senior Director of Collections, Technology, and Partnerships, the Open Knowledge Licensing Coordinator plays a key role ...

JOB: Digital Scholarship Specialist/Librarian (University of Arizona)

From the announcement: The Data Cooperative provides data science and visualization services, research data repository services, geospatial services, and digital scholarship services for the University of Arizona. The incumbent will develop a robust program supporting computational applications in the humanities and social sciences through a variety of formats, providing up-to-date and on-demand training for relevant ...

RESOURCE: Disorientation Guide to Librarianship

Violet B. Fox (World Intellectual Property Organization) has published the Disorientation Guide to LibrarianshipĀ 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 ...

CFP: Scholarly Editing Volume 40

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