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Opportunity: Digital Humanities Research Institute, June 15–24, 2020

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      Kalle Westerling

      Do you want to become a DHRI Community Leader?

      Apply now and join us from June 15-24, 2020.

      You are invited to apply for the second Digital Humanities Research Institute (DHRI), which will take place at The Graduate Center, City University of New York. This ten-day institute will introduce participants to core digital humanities skills, and help you develop those skills as part of a growing community of leaders at universities, libraries, archives, museums, and scholarly societies.

      Apply here. Applications must be received by March 2, 2020.

      What to expect:

      • 8 days of in-person workshops focused on foundational digital research skills like the command line, data and ethics, introduction to python, and mapping,
      • mentoring to help grow local partnerships and launch your local version of the Digital Humanities Research Institutes,
      • sharing your experience through a final report and evaluations that will be included in our Guide to Leading Digital Humanities Research Institutes,
      • a stipend of $3,600.

      Who should apply?

      We encourage applications from humanities scholars from a wide range of institutional types, including but not limited to universities, community colleges, libraries, archives, museums, historical associations and who fill an array of professional roles (graduate students, experienced faculty, librarians, administrators, museum curators, archivists and more). No previous technical experience is required—applications will not be evaluated based on familiarity with existing technologies.

      If you have questions about the form, the application process, or the evaluation criteria, see our application page or contact


      The Digital Humanities Research Institute is made possible through generous funding from the Office of Digital Humanities, National Endowment for the Humanities and with the support of the Provost\’s Office of the CUNY Graduate Center and GC Digital Initiatives.

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