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The Alliance of Digital Humanities Organizations (ADHO) invites applications for the position of publications liaison, a volunteer position to help increase the visibility of the association's journals and other publications.
Proposals Due 15 April 2013
Awards: ~$200-500; $2000 total grant call
The Executive Council of the Association for Computers and the Humanities is delighted to announce its second round of Microgrants.
We invite proposals that will advance the goals and mission of the ACH, to support computer-assisted research, teaching, and software and content development in humanistic disciplines.
This MLA 2014 session—organized by the ACH—will feature presentations that offer interpretations of texts, language, literature and/or literary history that definitely began with a digital approach.
Last year, the Association for Computers and the Humanities strongly advocated for “open access to federally-funded research and research publications, and the inclusion of humanities voices in... crucial conversations” about public access to public goods, in an open letter to the US White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. Today, the ACH Executive Council celebrates a groundbreaking OSTP policy memorandum.
We are pleased to announce the results of the 2012 ACH elections held earlier this month.
Elected to serve on the Executive Council for the 2013-2016 term, in alphabetical order, are Brian Croxall, Jennifer Guiliano, and Mia Ridge.
Elected to fill a one-year vacancy on the Council is Ernesto Priego.
In support of museums’ ongoing engagement in the world of the digital and encouragement of young professionals’ exploration of the digital humanities, ACH is pleased to offer up to five (5) ticket bursaries for student/unwaged participants in UKMW12, the UK conference for Museums on the Web.
Today, the ACH is celebrating a very favorable ruling for digital research and fair use in a United States district court. This summer, we joined a group of 46 digital humanities scholars in filing two amicus briefs in lawsuits related to digitization of in-copyright and orphaned works in the Google Books and HathiTrust corpora.
Due September 21st.
The Association for Computers and the Humanities (ACH) invites nominations for this year's elections. We are electing three Executive Council members to four-year terms and one to fill a 1-year vacancy, and seek candidates who want to advance the field of digital humanities by helping to run the ACH.