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  • CFP (Conference): Text Encoding Initiative Consortium (TEI), 24th Annual Meeting

    The call for proposals is now open for the 24th Annual Meeting of Text Encoding Initiative Consortium (TEI). The conference topic, "Texts, languages, and communities", aims at highlighting the global outreach of the TEI together with its local adaptations and bringing us together as a diverse and multilingual community, where the exchange of experiences and shared learning will help us reflect on the texts we investigate, the languages we use, and the communities we create. The conference is scheduled for October 7-11, 2024 at Universidad del Salvador (USAL), Buenos Aires, Argentina.

  • CFP (Workshop): Workshop on Machine Learning for Ancient Languages (ML4AL 2024) (Proposals due 05/17/24)

    Proposals are being accepted for the Workshop on Machine Learning for Ancient Languages (ML4AL 2024). The Workshop aims to inspire collaboration and support research momentum in the emerging field of Machine Learning for the study of ancient texts. Submissions which tackle low-data, underrepresented, non-Western ancient languages are welcome. The workshop will take place in a hybrid format in Bangkok, Thailand on August 15, 2024. Proposals are due by May 17, 2024.

  • Job Listing: Instructional Technologists (2) for The Digital Learning & Scholarship Group at Trinity College (No application deadline)

    Trinity College is calling for applications for two Instructional Technologists for The Digital Learning & Scholarship Group. They are particularly interested in applicants in the areas of virtual/augmented reality, GIS, data analytics/visualization, maker technologies, high performance computing, generative AI and digital scholarship. Instructional Technologists will work with Trinity programs, departments, faculty, and students.

  • Publication (Journal): Computers & Culture, Issue 2 (December 2023)

    Computers & Culture is an interdisciplinary digital pamphlet featuring short essays and notes of relevance to the digital and computers in the wider arts, humanities, and social sciences. Issue 2 features the following contributions: "Mapping Meaning", Katie Ní Loingsigh; "Digital Poetry in Digital Literacy", Jim Andrews; and "Recreating the eleventh century musical sequence Victimae paschali laudes using Max", Stace Constantinou.

  • Publication (Book): What We Teach When We Teach DH: Digital Humanities in the Classroom

    The University of Minnesota Press has published What We Teach When We Teach DH: Digital Humanities in the Classroom edited by Brian Croxall and Diane K. Jakacki. This book highlights how DH can transform learning across a vast array of curricular structures, institutions, and education levels, from high schools and small liberal arts colleges to research-intensive institutions and postgraduate professional development programs.

  • Job Listing: 1-year Visiting Assistant Professor in Experimental Video and Digital Media at Kenyon College (No application deadline)

    The Studio Art Department at Kenyon College is seeking a visual artist with an experimental practice that critically engages with video and installation practices, new media and emerging technologies, and with demonstrated expertise in digital image manipulation and knowledge of physical computing or creative coding processes. Candidates may also have valued expertise in other areas of data-driven arts such as interactivity, real-time and generative imaging, and VR. The successful candidate will be able to teach a variety of processes, including but not limited to experimental video practices, interactive and technology-driven experiences, and new media history.

  • CFP (Interview Participants): “Critical cataloguing projects in museums”

    As part of their DPhil research program at the University of Oxford, Erin Canning is seeking to conduct semi-structured interviews of 30 to 45 minutes with adult individuals involved in critical cataloguing and terminology review projects or initiatives in museums. They are looking to speak with individuals who work at, for, or with a museum and participate in critical cataloguing, terminology review, or related projects. Participants do not have to be employed by a museum directly to participate, but the critical cataloguing project does need to address museum data.

  • CFP (General Volume Editors): Debates in the Digital Humanities

    Debates in the Digital Humanities is looking for a new team to edit the next general volume in the series. The Debates series, published in print and online by the University of Minnesota Press, highlights topics of pressing interest to the field as they emerge. General volumes are published at several-year intervals and seek to survey the full range of issues animating the field at a given moment. This call welcome proposals from editorial teams as well as from individuals. Proposals are due by January 31, 2024. Finalists will be interviewed in Spring 2024.

  • Publication (Journal): Debates in the Digital Humanities 2023

    Debates in the Digital Humanities (DDH) 2023, the fourth volume of the series, is now available in a free, interactive, open-access version on the DDH Manifold website. This volume presents a state-of-the-field vision of digital humanities amid rising social, political, economic, and environmental crises; a global pandemic; and the deepening of austerity regimes in U.S. higher education. It includes crucial contributions to the field—from a vital forum centered on the voices of Black women scholars, manifestos from feminist and Latinx perspectives on data and DH, and a consideration of Indigenous data and artificial intelligence, to essays that range across topics such as the relation of DH to critical race theory, capital, and accessibility.

  • Job Listing (Full-time, Partially Remote): Editorial and Technical Specialist, University of Virginia Press (No application deadline)

    The University of Virginia Press seeks to hire a partially remote Editorial and Technical Specialist for their Rotunda division which digitally publishes peer-reviewed scholarly works. The successful candidate will be working primarily on the American History collections and other Rotunda publications as needed. The successful candidate will have a solid background in digital humanities and/or digital library skills and projects. Experience with XML and XML editing is a requirement, and ideally with related programming technologies such as XSLT and XQuery; other relevant skills include general web development/programming and familiarity with Mac OS, version-control systems, metadata standards, and controlled vocabularies.