OPPORTUNITY: Digital Pedagogy Lab 2020 Fellowships

The Digital Pedagogy Lab invites applications for its DPL 2020 fellowships. These fellowships will allow successful applicants to participate in the Lab for free, and will give them the opportunity to present a workshop, co-lead a portion of a course with a faculty member, sit on our closing panel, or find other ways to contribute ...

OPPORTUNITY: Code4Lib 2020 Diversity Scholarship Program

Code4Lib invites applications for its 2020 Diversity Scholarship program. Each scholarship will cover up to $1,500 for travel costs, lodging, and conference fees for selected applicants to attend the 2020 Code4Lib Conference in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. From the announcement: The scholarship will cover conference registration and hotel accommodations up front to scholarship awardees. Other incidentals like ...

dh+lib at MLA 2017

Many of our readers may remember (and miss!) the annual list of digital humanities sessions at the Modern Language Association (MLA) conference created by Mark Sample (Davidson College). This year, we’re fortunate to have at our disposal a community-sourced spreadsheet, created by Carrie Johnston (Wake Forest University) and containing 52 sessions relevant to digital humanities. ...

DH (+ Lib) at the AHA Annual Meeting in Denver

The American Historical Association Annual Meeting (in snowy Denver) starts tomorrow. For those of you attending and wondering what you’d like to go see (or for those of us not in attendance, but following on Twitter), Seth Denbo has put together a list of digital history presentations at AHA. One of the dh+lib crew (Thomas ...

CFP: Library DH (a dh+lib Special issue)

Librarians have a long history with the digital humanities. And yet, here we are: four years after the first meeting of the ACRL Digital Humanities Interest Group, three years after digital humanities in libraries was framed as an “emerging trend” in a special issue of the Journal of Library Administration, two years after ACRL crowned ...

Welcome, Thomas Padilla!

We are pleased to welcome Thomas Padilla to the dh+lib editorial team as a Contributing Editor. As Digital Scholarship Librarian at Michigan State University Libraries, Thomas develops and promotes data collections to Humanists, teaches on Digital Humanities methods and tools, and engages scholars across disciplines on data curation and research data management needs. Previously, Thomas ...

Introducing dh+lib Scene Reports

Introducing dh+lib Scene Reports
Do you ever wonder what digital humanities (DH) programs are simmering at other institutions? How others got involved with DH or libraries and archives? What emergent theory is guiding this area? How galleries and museums are encountering and implicated by DH (and vice versa)? dh+lib is pleased to introduce Scene Reports, a series that aims ...

Welcome, Patrick Williams and Caitlin Christian-Lamb!

We are pleased to welcome Patrick Williams and Caitlin Christian-Lamb to the dh+lib editorial team. Patrick joins our project as Lead Editor for the dh+lib Review, a position previously held by founding Review editor Zach Coble, who remains an Editor-in-Chief of the site. Caitlin joins us as an additional Review Editor for the dh+lib Review. Caro Pinto and ...

We’re Looking for a New dh+lib Review Editor

The dh+lib Review, a volunteer-driven weekly roundup of DH material, is looking for an editor to join the editorial team. The editor will work with the current dh+lib Review team (Caro Pinto and Roxanne Shirazi) to produce each week’s Review and will be the primary contact person for our editors-at-large. Review editors work on rotations: ...

Welcome, John Russell!

We are pleased to welcome John Russell to the dh+lib editorial team as a Contributing Editor. John is the Scholarly Communications Librarian at the University of Oregon Libraries, where he teaches digital scholarship methods and tools to graduate students, collaborates with faculty on digital research projects, and advocates for open access through outreach, instruction, and ...

We’re Looking for dh+lib Review Editors-at-Large for Spring 2015

The dh+lib Review, a volunteer-driven service for highlighting and sharing the best of digital humanities and libraries, is looking for editors-at-large for the Spring 2015 semester. We’ve had a steadily increasing number of editors-at-large for each of the six semesters the Review has been in operation, and we’re hoping to continue the trend. Sign up for a ...