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Shakespeare Quartos Archive Launched

by MITH on MITH is pleased to report the launching of the Shakespeare Quartos Archive by the Folger Shakespeare Library in Washington DC and the Bodleian Library at the University of Oxford. Funded by a JISC/ NEH Transatlantic Digitization…continue reading

Greg Crane Podcast Now Available

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If you missed the live version of Greg Crane's Digital Dialogue, "From the First Year Through Tenure: New Pathways for Humanities in a Digital Age," the podcast, along with the other recorded fall Digital Dialogues, are available on the MITH Podcast…continue reading

centerNet Joins CHAIN Gang

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Coalition of Humanities and Arts Infrastructures and Networks - CHAIN A meeting was held at King's College, London, on 26th and 27th October 2009, between representatives of the following networks, infrastructure projects, and planning initiatives…continue reading

Fall Digital Dialogues Now Available

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This fall's Digital Dialogues are now available with brief descriptions on our MITH Podcasting page. Topics covered this fall include videogame preservation, teaching in Second Life, data mining for metaphors in eighteenth century literature, data…continue reading

MITH Welcomes DCC

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MITH is very pleased and excited to welcome the launch of a new living/learning program, Digital Cultures and Creativity (DCC), to be housed within the University Honors College, sponsored by the College of Arts and Humanities and co-sponsorsed by…continue reading

An Evening with Bruce Sterling

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The Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH), College Park Art Scholars, Honors Humanities, and the Honors College are very pleased to present an evening with author and futurist . . . B R U C E S T E R L I N G "Tomorrow Now…continue reading

Job: Assistant Director

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The Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) is seeking to hire an Assistant Director to join our management team, which currently consists of Neil Fraistat, Matt Kirschenbaum, and Doug Reside. Made possible by a major Challenge…continue reading

MITH co-PIs centerNet Start Up

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We are pleased to announce that the centerNet steering committee has received a Digital Humanities Start Up Grant from the U.S. National Endowment for the Humanities to help it develop a robust and sustainable organizational infrastructure and to run…continue reading

Donahue Elected to SAA Steering Committee

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At this year's annual meeting of the Society of American Archivists (SAA), MITH GA Rachel Donahue was elected to the Electronic Records Section (ERS) steering committee. Established in 1994, ERS "functions as a locus of expertise, leadership, and…continue reading

Apply for Advanced TEI Seminar at MITH!

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Call for Participation: Advanced TEI Seminar as MITH An advanced seminar in TEI encoding for manuscripts will be offered at MITH January 20-22, 2010. The seminar is sponsored by the Brown University Women Writers Project with generous funding from…continue reading

MITH Welcomes Amanda Visconti

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MITH is very pleased to welcome Amanda Visconti as an intern working on MITH's Deena Larsen Collection. A graduate student at the University of Michigan's School of Information, she specializes in human-computer interaction. She holds an…continue reading

MITH is Hiring a Web Programmer

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Faculty Research Assistant (Web Programmer) The Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) at the University of Maryland in College Park seeks a web programmer to work on two grant funded projects. The first involves the creation of a…continue reading

MITH in the Chronicle

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MITH's ongoing research in digital curation and preservation is featured prominently in the front-page story "Archiving Writers' Work in an Age of E-Mail" in this week's edition of the Chronicle of Higher Education. The story profiles the challenges…continue reading

Call for Fellowships

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MITH is currently inviting applications from the University of Maryland's College of Arts & Humanities and from the University Libraries for a MITH Resident Fellowship during the 2009-2010 academic year. Resident Fellowships offer customized…continue reading