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DIGITAL HUMANITIES BIWEEKLY

Issue 40
Wednesday 16 October 2019

NEWS

RESEARCH DATA SOFTWARE NOW FREE TO UofT USERS

University of Toronto faculty, staff, and students now have licensed access to NVivo software, which is designed to help researchers organize, code, and analyze qualitative and mixed methods research data. The University's Map and Data Library also offers licenses for a wide variety of software tools for other purposes, from Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and mapping to social media data gathering. Visit the Library's website for more information!

LIGHTNING LUNCH ON LGBTQ+ DH (30 OCT. 2019)

Sponsored by the Jackman Humanities Institute, our lightning lunches focus on a specific topic or contemporary issue. By inviting experts from different disciplines to explore the intersections of their work, these events lead to the formation of new networks, research projects, and shared knowledge. Our second lightning lunch of the term focuses on the topic of “LGBTQ+ DH.” After a catered lunch, speakers will present for 5-7 minutes, followed by an informal discussion. Registration is mandatory for catering purposes; please visit the DHN's Events page for more information and to RSVP.
 
CALL FOR FEATURED PROJECTS

Are you a University of Toronto faculty member, student, or affiliate working on a DH project? Are there ongoing or concluded DH resources associated with the University that you'd like to share with others? The DHN is in the process of updating the Projects page of its website, and hopes to highlight both the thriving present and the rich past of digital humanities research at the University of Toronto. Please send all suggestions to dhn.admin@utoronto.ca!

And as always, please send us all digital humanities-related news, events, CFPs, or jobs that you'd like to promote. We are always happy to help spread the word to the larger community.

Elspeth Brown, Co-Director
Alex Gillespie, Co-Director
Andrew S. Brown, Postdoctoral Fellow
EVENTS
PRESENTATIONS
Spooling out in real-time: the immediacy and implications of digital curation
A conversation at the Digital Curation Institute with Devorah Romanek, Maxwell Museum of Anthropology
18 Oct. 2019, 4:00 - 5:30PM
Room BL728, Bissell Building, 140 St George St, Toronto

WORKSHOPS
Open Educational Resources
22 Oct. 2019, 10:30AM - 12:30PM
University of Toronto at Scarborough, Library Instruction Lab (AC286A)
CFPs
PUBLICATIONS
dh+lib Special Issue, "Exploring Literacies Through Digital Humanities"
Abstracts due 30 Oct. 2019

"Extended Reality (XR) Pedagogies & Applications: Interactive & Immersive Educational Technologies"
Special issue of The Journal of Interactive Technology and Pedagogy
Full manuscript submissions due 30 Nov. 2019

CONFERENCES AND WORKSHOPS
Building Legal Literacies for Text Data Mining, Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities (23-26 June 2020, University of California Berkeley)
Applications due 20 Dec. 2019

Global Digital Humanities Symposium (26-27 Mar. 2020, Michigan State University)
Proposals due 1 Nov. 2019

Archives Unleashed Datathon: Web Data at Scale with the Archives Unleashed Toolkit (Butler Library, Columbia University, New York City, 26-27 Mar. 2020)
Applications due 1 Nov. 2019; travel grants available
JOBS
2020-21 Digital Humanities Postdoctoral Fellowship, Jackman Humanities Institute (Toronto, ON)

Academic Technology Consultant in Digital Media Technologies, Bates College (Lewiston, ME)

Head, Archival & Special Collections, and Digital Archivist, University of Guelph (Guelph, ON)

Head, Digital Strategy & Technology, and Digital Initiatives Librarian, University of Guelph (Guelph, ON)

Research Data Management Specialist, McGill University (Montreal, QC)

Tier 2 Canada Research Chair, Indigenous Digital Humanities, Ryerson University (Toronto, ON)

Two-year Postdoctoral Library Residency Program in Digital Scholarship, New York University (New York, NY)

Assistant Professor of English and Digital Humanities, University of Oregon (Eugene, OR)

Postdoctoral Fellowship in Digital Humanities, Northwestern University (Boston, MA)
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