JOB: Digital Infrastructure and Preservation Librarian (Washington State University)

From the announcement: As part of a larger functional team, comprised of personnel from the Libraries Systems Office, the Center for Digital Scholarship and Curation, and Manuscripts, Archives and Special Collections at Washington State University, this position will be the primary technical advocate for the creation and curation of sustainable digital collections. This position will ...

RESOURCE: Smithsonian Open Access

The Smithsonian Institute has released almost 3 million digital objects through its Open Access portal, most of which are in the public domain under the Creative Commons 0 (CC0) license. This collection includes both 2D and 3D items from the Smithsonian’s collections in addition to 173-years of staff-created data, and spans the Institute’s 19 museums, ...

CFP: Digital Humanities Research Institute

The Digital Humanities Research Institute is seeking applications for participants in the Institute. Successful applicants will receive a stipend of $3,600, and are expected to participate in all three phases of the DHRI, which include an in-person institute in New York City to be held from June 15–24th, 2020, hosting your own instance of the ...

OPPORTUNITY: Digital Humanities Fellowships, American Philosophical Library

The American Philosophical Society (APS) Library is seeking applications for one-month, project-based digital humanities fellowships. These fellowships are open to scholars at all stages of their careers, including graduate students, and include a $3,000 stipend once the successful applicant has arrived at the Library. The APS is seeking projects that, per the announcement: 1) utilize ...

OPPORTUNITY: 2020 ADHO Communications Fellowships

The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) is seeking applicants for its two 2020 Communications Fellowships, each of which comes with a stipend of 500 Euros. The fellowship positions are for part-time, remote work, and entail 3-4 hours of work per week. While working on a small team directed by the ADHO Communications Officer, the ...

JOB: Digital Pedagogy & Scholarship Specialist/ACRL Diversity Resident (Bucknell University)

From the announcement: As a member of the Digital Pedagogy & Scholarship Group, the Digital Pedagogy & Scholarship Specialist | ACRL Diversity Resident collaborates with faculty, staff, and students to utilize technological solutions in the fulfillment of teaching, learning, and research objectives. The Specialist contributes to faculty and staff development by organizing events such as ...

PROJECT: Digital El Diario

Digital El Diario, “a digital humanities project centered on archival justice and historical recovery of the Chicanx student movement at the University of Colorado Boulder,” focuses on El Diario de la Gente, “an independent newspaper primarily published for and by Chicanx students at the University of Colorado Boulder between 1972 and 1983.” The creators of the project ...

POST: The Magnificent Seven: Looking Back on a Year of Exploring the Web Archives Datasets

Pedro Gonzalez-Fernandez (Library of Congress) has authored a post on The Signal, “The Magnificent Seven: Looking Back on a Year of Exploring the Web Archives Datasets.” Gonzalez-Fernandez reviews the activities of LC’s Web Archiving Team over the past year: Now at over 2 petabytes, the web archives are a complex aggregation of interrelated web objects ...

RESOURCE: Persistent identifiers for heritage objects

Code4Lib Journal has published a piece by Lukas Koster (University of Amsterdam), “Persistent identifiers for heritage objects.” From the abstract: Persistent identifiers (PID’s) are essential for getting access and referring to library, archive and museum (LAM) collection objects in a sustainable and unambiguous way, both internally and externally. Heritage institutions need a universal policy for ...

CFP: Disrupting Digital Monolingualism

The Department of Digital Humanities and the Language Acts and Worldmaking project at King’s College London has released a call for proposals for a two-day workshop, Disrupting Digital Monolingualism. The workshop, which will take place on June 16th and 17th at King’s College London, aims: To map the current state of multilingualism in digital theory ...

CFParticipation: DH and Proto-DH Conferences

Scott B. Weingart (Carnegie Mellon University) and Nickoal Eichmann-Kalwara (University of Colorado Boulder) are asking for participation for the DH community to complete a list of conferences “explicitly considered ‘Digital Humanities’ (or any translation thereof),” in order to add to a history of DH. An editable Google spreadsheet to add conferences to can be found ...