Theology, Divinity and Religious Studies

job: Six postdoctoral fellowships in the Digital Humanities

Six international postdoctoral positions in the digital humanities are now available at HUMlab, Umeå University, Sweden from September 1, 2010 (January 2011 may also be a possibility, please indicate if this is your preference). The call is open, but 1-3 positions may be allocated to the areas of “media places”, “archeological landscape visualization”, and “internet and religion”. There are no teaching requirements associated with any of the positions. [read more...]

new website Yiddish Sources

Dear friends and colleagues,

I am pleased to announce the launch of the new version of Yiddish Sources today. You can visit the website here:

http://yiddish-sources.com

Yiddish Sources aims to be a comprehensive source of information for those who are interested in using Yiddish materials in their research. The information is arranged in three main sections: reference, research and events. A new addition is the Yiddish Studies Bibliography, an online bibliography which lists relevant scholarly literature in the field of Yiddish Studies. [read more...]

event: THATCamp London

06/07/2010 08:30
07/07/2010 13:00

THATCamp is a user-generated “unconference” on digital humanities developed by the Center for History and New Media (CHNM) at George Mason University. This year, for the first time, a THATCamp will occur at the same time and same place as the DH conference — the world’s premere conference on the Digital Humanities, and we expect that having both together will spark exciting new ideas!

You need to apply to take part in the THATCamp. Find out more about it at http://thatcamplondon.org/. [read more...]

Location

King's Building, Strand Campus, The Strand King's College London
London WC2R 2LS
United Kingdom

centre: Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing (ITSEE)

About the centre:

The Institute for Textual Scholarship and Electronic Editing is founded on the premise that computer methods are now fundamental to every stage of the editorial process. We use digital tools to locate and view the original materials; to transcribe them into electronic form; to compare the texts and to analyze the patterns of variation; and we publish them electronically. We are the home of two major projects built to this formula: the St John's Gospel editions led by David Parker, and the Canterbury Tales Project, led by Barbara Bordalejo and Peter Robinson.

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