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Tools for Data-Driven Scholarship

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Later today, MITH and George Mason's Center for History and New Media will kick off a two-day workshop on "Tools for Data-Driven Scholarship," sponsored by the NSF, NEH, and IMLS. An invitational meeting, digital humanities leaders and experts from…continue reading

Digital Humanities 2009 CFP Available!

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The call for papers for Digital Humanities 2009 is now available. (In case you've been living in a digital humanities cave for the last twelve months, this prestigious international conference is being hosted by MITH.)continue reading

Fall 2008 Digital Dialogues Schedule Posted

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MITH is pleased to announce another great semester of digital humanities talks at the University of Maryland: our fall 2008 Digital Dialogues schedule is now online. We look forward to seeing you this coming Tuesday, when Doug Reside presents on his…continue reading

Annual MITH Update Letter

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Dear MITH Community, Those of you who have been following MITH's blog (http://www.mith2.umd.edu) know that this past year has been a busy and exciting time. I'd like to take a moment before the fall semester kicks into gear to review some of the…continue reading

MITH Wins Another Digital Humanities Start-Up Award!

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MITH is very pleased to announce its receipt of another NEH Digital Humanities Start-Up award, this time for the The Electronic Broadway Project, to be directed by DOUG RESIDE. This is MITH's third DH Start-Up and the second for Dr. Reside in what is…continue reading

More Jobs at MITH: Coordinator and Web Programmer

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Coordinator (#112158) CATEGORY Exempt, full time MITH is seeking a dynamic individual with excellent organizational and communications skills interested in a key position at the heart of a working digital humanities center. This is an ideal…continue reading

This Week: Digital Diasporas

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A final reminder of the amazing Digital Diasporas conference beginning on campus later this week. We look forward to seeing many members of the MITH community at this landmark event.continue reading

New GA Position Available

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The Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities is seeking to hire a full time GA to serve as a web programmer for our current projects. The successful candidate will have experience with PHP, MySQL, Javascript, CSS, XML, object-oriented…continue reading

MITH is Hiring

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The Maryland Institute of Technology in the Humanities (MITH) at the University of Maryland in College Park is seeking a full time programmer for at least a year to work on the NEH/JISC funded Shakespeare's Quartos project. This exciting digital…continue reading

Announcing "Digital Diasporas"

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The African American/African Diaspora Studies Area Group of the English Department and the Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) announce "Digital Diasporas: Digital Humanities and African American/African Diaspora Studies" to…continue reading

Reposted: Three GA Positions at MITH

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We are currently looking to hire three GA positions at MITH, with a wide variety of skill sets. Please read each of the three ads below carefully, and clearly indicate which position you're applying for. MGK 1. The Maryland Institute for Technology…continue reading

A New Digital Humanities Blog

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Lisa Spiro, director of the Digital Media Center at Rice University, has just opened what looks to be a fabulous new digital humanities blog, Digital Scholarship in the Humanities. Recommended.continue reading

New Spring Course on Digital Humanities

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We are delighted to announce that Dr. Doug Reside, Assistant Director of MITH, the Maryland Institute of Technology in the Humanities, will be offering a 3-credit spring course through the English department on the basic applied elements of the…continue reading

Adjustments to Digital Dialogues Schedule

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There have been some adjustments to the fall Digital Dialogues schedule. There will be no talk on 11/6. LINDA FRUEH's talk, originally scheduled for 11/6, will move to 11/27. JONATHAN AUERBACH's talk, originally scheduled for 11/27, will be…continue reading

MITH Welcomes TEI@20

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MITH is very pleased to welcome the Text Encoding Initiative Consortium to College Park next week for its 20th Anniversary Members' Meeting. Registration is now closed, but the program is jam-packed with talks, poster sessions, meetings, and social…continue reading

Roy Rosenzweig, 1950-2007

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It is with great sadness that MITH notes the passing of Roy Rosenzweig, founding director of the Center for History and New Media at George Mason University (chnm.gmu.edu), as well as professor of history at GMU. Roy's achievements and…continue reading