• Just a reminder that this event will be taking place today from 4:15-6:15 at the GC. Hope you can join us!

    http://gcdi.commons.gc.cuny.edu/2015/05/06/the-digital-gc-2014-2015-year-end-showcase/

    Best,

    Matt

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  • *Please forward widely*

    The Digital GC: 2014-2015 Year-End Showcase
    http://gcdi.commons.gc.cuny.edu/2015/05/06/the-digital-gc-2014-2015-year-end-showcase/

    Please join us on May 19th 2015 for a special event at the Graduate Center showcasing the innovative and diverse digital projects initiated during the 2014-2015 academic year! Presentations will be given by: the Digital Praxis Seminar, the GC Digital Fellows, Provost’s Digital Innovation Grantees, the New Media Lab, the Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate Program, the Futures Initiative, and the GC Library.

    Event Details:

    The Digital GC: Year-End Showcase
    Tuesday, May 19, 2015, 4:15 pm
    The Graduate Center
    365 Fifth Avenue between 34th and 35th Street
    Room 9205

    The Digital Praxis Seminar: Final Project Launches
    Digital Humanities Praxis is a two-course sequence that introduces students to the landscape of digital humanities tools and methods through readings, discussion, lectures, hands-on workshops, and culminates with students collaborating in groups over a single semester to build and launch working prototypes of Digital Humanities projects. The instructors for DH Praxis are Stephen Brier and Matthew Gold (Fall, 2014) and Amanda Hickman and Luke Waltzer (Spring, 2015).

    Event hashtag: #digitalgc

    Students in the Digital Humanities Praxis course at the CUNY Graduate Center will launch four new projects:

    @DigitalHUAC: http://digitalhuac.com
    Consolidating thousands of hard-to-find #HUAC testimonies into a single, searchable, interactive archive. http://digitalhuac.com

    @CUNYCast: http://cunycast.net
    Broadcast classes, conversation & controversy with online radio at @GC_CUNY. Shout it out http://cunycast.net #CUNYcast

    @dhTANDEM: http://dhtandem.com
    Simplify text & image data generation with @dhTANDEM, a unified #Djangoapp that combines #OCR, #NLTK, and #OpenCV.

    @NYCFashionIndex: http://nycfashionindex.com
    NYCFashionIndex scrapes fashion imagery from @instagram for tagging and analysis, building a real time social index of fashion. http://nycfashionindex.com/

    Additional Presentations:
    Following the Digital Praxis project presentations, the following programs will present their most recent projects and accomplishments:

    The GC Digital Fellows

    Provost’s Digital Innovation Grantees

    The New Media Lab

    The Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate Program

    The Futures Initiative

    The GC Library

    A video of last year’s Digital GC Showcase can be found on the Videography Fellows Website.

    Please visit the Graduate Center Digital Initiatives website to view all of the current and past Digital Initiatives at the Graduate Center, and please follow us on twitter.

    This event is sponsored by the Graduate Center Provost’s Office and the GC Digital Fellows Program.

    Open to the Public

    Contact: Matthew Gold
    Contact email: mkgold@gmail.com
    Public course blog: http://dhpraxis14.commons.gc.cuny.edu/
    Course Hashtag: #dhpraxis14

  • *Please forward widely*

    The Digital GC: 2014-2015 Year-End Showcase
    http://gcdi.commons.gc.cuny.edu/2015/05/06/the-digital-gc-2014-2015-year-end-showcase/

    Please join us on May 19th 2015 for a special event at the Graduate Center showcasing the innovative and diverse digital projects initiated during the 2014-2015 academic year! Presentations will be given by: the Digital Praxis Seminar, the GC Digital Fellows, Provost’s Digital Innovation Grantees, the New Media Lab, the Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate Program, the Futures Initiative, and the GC Library.

    Event Details:

    The Digital GC: Year-End Showcase
    Tuesday, May 19, 2015, 4:15 pm
    The Graduate Center
    365 Fifth Avenue between 34th and 35th Street
    Room 9205

    The Digital Praxis Seminar: Final Project Launches
    Digital Humanities Praxis is a two-course sequence that introduces students to the landscape of digital humanities tools and methods through readings, discussion, lectures, hands-on workshops, and culminates with students collaborating in groups over a single semester to build and launch working prototypes of Digital Humanities projects. The instructors for DH Praxis are Stephen Brier and Matthew Gold (Fall, 2014) and Amanda Hickman and Luke Waltzer (Spring, 2015).

    Event hashtag: #digitalgc

    Students in the Digital Humanities Praxis course at the CUNY Graduate Center will launch four new projects:

    @DigitalHUAC: http://digitalhuac.com
    Consolidating thousands of hard-to-find #HUAC testimonies into a single, searchable, interactive archive. http://digitalhuac.com

    @CUNYCast: http://cunycast.net
    Broadcast classes, conversation & controversy with online radio at @GC_CUNY. Shout it out http://cunycast.net #CUNYcast

    @dhTANDEM: http://dhtandem.com
    Simplify text & image data generation with @dhTANDEM, a unified #Djangoapp that combines #OCR, #NLTK, and #OpenCV.

    @NYCFashionIndex: http://nycfashionindex.com
    NYCFashionIndex scrapes fashion imagery from @instagram for tagging and analysis, building a real time social index of fashion. http://nycfashionindex.com/

    Additional Presentations:
    Following the Digital Praxis project presentations, the following programs will present their most recent projects and accomplishments:

    The GC Digital Fellows

    Provost’s Digital Innovation Grantees

    The New Media Lab

    The Interactive Technology and Pedagogy Certificate Program

    The Futures Initiative

    The GC Library

    A video of last year’s Digital GC Showcase can be found on the Videography Fellows Website.

    Please visit the Graduate Center Digital Initiatives website to view all of the current and past Digital Initiatives at the Graduate Center, and please follow us on twitter.

    This event is sponsored by the Graduate Center Provost’s Office and the GC Digital Fellows Program.

    Open to the Public

    Contact: Matthew Gold
    Contact email: mgold@gc.cuny.edu
    Public course blog: http://dhpraxis14.commons.gc.cuny.edu/
    Course Hashtag: #dhpraxis14

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    From: NYC Digital Humanities <wordpress@nycdh.org>
    Date: Sat, May 2, 2015 at 2:30 PM
    Subject: Alex Gil started the topic Nepal Mapathon in the forum NYCDH
    Announcements [NYC Digital Humanities]

    Alex Gil started the topic Nepal Mapathon in the forum NYCDH Announcements

    “Dear NYC-DH’ers,

    Our Group for Experimental Methods in the Humanities & The Center for
    International History invite you to:

    Nepal Mapathon for Earthquake Relief
    May 7, 10-3 PM at Butler Library 208B (Studio@Butler)

    Come help with relief efforts on the ground in Nepal by contributing your
    time to open-source mapping

    Following the recent earthquake, people around the world are using the
    OpenStreetMap platform to give their time to earthquake relief efforts.
    Kathmandu Living Labs, an organization in Nepal, has been working with
    relief organizations in urban and rural areas and updating mapping tasks on
    the OSM Tasking Manager
    according to relief needs. During the mapathon, we will teach people how to
    help with these relief efforts through mapping and we will map together.

    No mapping experience necessary. No knowledge of local terrain is
    necessary. Come any time during the day.

    Please bring your laptop. RSVP led2113@columbia.edu.

  • *Director of the Digital Media Lab*

    The BGC offers MA and PhD programs in the study of the cultural history of
    the material world and is committed to the encyclopedic study of things,
    drawing on methodologies and approaches from art and design history,
    history of technology, philosophy, anthropology, and archaeology and
    cultural history. Founded in 1993, the BGC is located on West 86th Street
    in New York City.

    *Basic Function:*

    Reporting to the Dean, the Director of the Digital Media Lab is responsible
    for the development and implementation of digital media practices across
    academic programs. This position works with faculty, staff, and students to
    effectively incorporate interactive technology into pedagogical practice
    and student projects, and strategizes the software and hardware needs of
    the lab. In addition, this position participates in digital aspects of the
    BGC’s journal and monograph series, and directs the development of all
    digital media for the BGC’s Focus Gallery exhibitions. Specific
    responsibilities include:

    *CHARACTERISTIC DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES: *

    – Establishing and maintaining relationships with academic and cultural
    heritage institutions that share common mission goals and methods of
    practice as the BGC.
    – Acting as part of exhibition staff for Focus Gallery Project, aiding
    curators in conception of digital features, and working with exhibition
    staff and outside contractors to bring projects to completion.
    – Advising on digital projects located in the library, art, and
    exhibitions departments.
    – Liaising with contractors on software development projects
    – Budgeting for various DML expenditures including hardware, software,
    publications, events, etc.
    – Managing two Digital Media Lab assistants
    – Managing the BGC’s use of wikis for course sites and
    academic administration
    – Maintaining installations of Wordpress, Omeka, and Drupal for various
    BGC projects
    – Teaching workshops on relevant technologies and topics such as
    database design, word processing alternatives, Zotero, Omeka, Prezi
    – Hosting two DML salons (one each semester) a year to highlight work
    done by BGC students, staff, and faculty
    – Works with faculty on creating digital projects for BGC courses and on
    the development of digital components for faculty research projects

    *SUPERVISION EXERCISED/RECEIVED:*

    – Reports to the Dean
    – Involves significant interaction with faculty, academic administration
    & students

    *REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:*

    – PhD or PhD preferred (or be near completion) in a related field in the
    humanities
    – Five years demonstrated experience incorporating digital technologies
    into academic practice
    – Five years demonstrated experience teaching in higher education
    environments
    – Advanced knowledge and experience with content management systems (in
    particular wikis, Wordpress, and Omeka); HTML and CSS; Adobe Creative
    Suite; Microsoft Office; website hosting and FTP

    *PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS*

    – Knowledge/experience with CAD (computer-aided design); 3D scanning,
    modeling, and printing; digital mapping and GIS; data visualization; Zotero
    bibliographical software; Javascript

    To apply, please submit a cover letter, resume and contact information for
    three references to DDML@bgc.bard.edu. No telephone calls please. The Bard
    Graduate Center is an equal opportunity employer and we welcome
    applications from those who contribute to our diversity. AA/EOE

  • Matthew K. Gold and Profile picture of Robert M. HaralickRobert M. Haralick are now friends 3 weeks, 4 days ago

  • To apply, please visit the CUNYFirst website. Application materials must be submitted online by May 21, 2015.

    The Graduate Center (GC) defines the standard of contemporary graduate education: rigorous academic […]

  • Matthew K. Gold started the topic FW: Social Media Producer Job in the forum Group logo of Digital Humanities InitiativeDigital Humanities Initiative via email 4 weeks, 1 day ago

    Job opportunity:

    Work with Democracy Now! Social Media Producer

    Democracy Now! seeks a creative and driven social media maven with a strong
    news background and analytics orientation to lead our online engagement
    efforts. This person will be responsible for the strategy and
    implementation of social distribution for Democracy Now! on a daily basis.
    She/he will tailor and supplement daily news and breaking news content for
    distribution on established and emerging social and digital platforms, be
    knowledgeable and up-to-date about new strategies and digital innovations
    in online news distribution, thrive in a fast-paced deadline-driven daily
    news environment, and be passionate about expanding the audience for
    Democracy Now!’s news content and supporting its non-commercial,
    independent news mission.

    The workday begins at 7:00am ET, to coincide with the live daily TV & radio
    newscast at 8:00am ET.
    Responsibilities

    – Lead development and implementation of Democracy Now!’s social strategy
    – Use social platforms to attract new audience and increase engagement
    and loyalty
    – Tailor and supplement news content for social distribution
    – Monitor social media, trending news items and analytics to identify
    and maximize viral opportunities
    – Develop and maintain standards and best practices for social publishing
    – Leverage social platforms to promote special programming, events and
    fundraising campaigns
    – Identify and refine effective publishing strategies through content
    testing, research, and monitoring of current and emerging practices and
    strategies
    – Coordinate with guests and organizations featured on the program to
    promote their appearances on social platforms
    – Identify strategic opportunities for community outreach to enhance
    news content and increase engagement and loyalty
    – Recruit, supervise and mentor interns
    – Engage in strategic online outreach to influencers, publishers,
    journalists and organizations to promote news content
    – Provide monthly benchmark reports on social audience and engagement

    Qualifications

    – 3-5 years experience with proven results in social media and digital
    journalism
    – Deep knowledge of core social channels including Facebook, Twitter,
    YouTube, SoundCloud, Tumblr, Instagram, StumbleUpon, Google+, Reddit and
    Pinterest
    – Experience managing social presence and strategy for comparable news
    outlet preferred
    – Passion for news and commitment to the mission of Democracy Now!
    – Strong copywriting and editing skills, detail oriented, and can meet
    daily deadlines
    – Experience with CMS publishing, analytics platforms, A/B testing
    – Creative, flexible and comfortable with the pressures of a live news
    environment
    – SEO and content strategy experience a plus
    – Video/audio/image editing, knowledge of HTML and SEO and content
    strategy experience a plus

    This full-time New York City-based position with compensation based upon
    experience with a generous benefits package. Democracy Now! is an Equal
    Opportunity Employer.
    To Apply

    Submit the following to social-producer@democracynow.org
    <https://wa.gc.cuny.edu/owa/redir.aspx?SURL=fdkRV5ni19TTKRVDLWs2w9eOAp1XnRl5kCCD0Wzrs5bvi3Xi70vSCG0AYQBpAGwAdABvADoAcwBvAGMAaQBhAGwALQBwAHIAbwBkAHUAYwBlAHIAQABkAGUAbQBvAGMAcgBhAGMAeQBuAG8AdwAuAG8AcgBnAD8AcwB1AGIAagBlAGMAdAA9AFMAbwBjAGkAYQBsACUAMgAwAE0AZQBkAGkAYQAlADIAMABQAHIAbwBkAHUAYwBlAHIA&URL=mailto%3asocial-producer%40democracynow.org%3fsubject%3dSocial%2520Media%2520Producer&gt;
    with
    the subject line “Social Media Producer” before 5 pm ET on April 20, 2015.
    No phone calls.

    – A complete chronological resume, including dates of employment
    – The names and contact information for two references
    – A cover letter that addresses the following points
    1. Why are you a good fit for this position?
    2. Describe a successful social media initiative that you’ve lead.
    3. How did you discover Democracy Now!?
    4. Where did you hear about this position?

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    Congrats, all!!

  • Please see the attached for a job opening that may be of interest

  • 20 COOPER SQUARE, 5TH FLOOR, NEW YORK, NY 10003

    Technologies of Memory: Digitization and the Future of the Nineteenth
    Century

    What is the archive of the nineteenth-century history of reading? And what
    will be its content and contours in the wake of wide-scale digitization? To
    address these questions, this talk looks in two directions: first, at the
    evidence of use in individual nineteenth-century books and, second, at the
    changing nature of academic research libraries after Google. Out of
    copyright, non-rare, and often fragile due to poor paper quality,
    nineteenth-century printed books are both richly served and particularly
    imperiled in the new media ecosystem. As scenes of evidence, they are at
    once exposed and occluded by the digitization of our library collections.
    Co-sponsored by NYU Digital Humanities.

    *Andrew Stauffer*
    Associate Professor, Director of NINES (Networked Infrastructure for
    Nineteenth-century Electronic Scholarship), University of Virginia

    *Matthew Gold*
    Associate Professor of English and Digital Humanities Executive Officer,
    M.A. Program in Liberal Studies. City University of New York

    *Marion Thain*
    Associate Director of Digital Humanities (Faculty of Arts and Science), New
    York University

    RSVP: http://humanitiesinitiative.org/events/event-registration/?ee=67

  • Matthew K. Gold started the topic NYCDH Student Project Award in the forum Group logo of Digital Humanities InitiativeDigital Humanities Initiative 1 month, 2 weeks ago

    ———- Forwarded message ———-
    From: NYC Digital Humanities
    Date: Wed, Mar 11, 2015 at 11:54 AM
    Subject: Jennifer Vinopal started the topic CFP – Second annual NYCDH Grad
    Student Award in the forum NYCDH Announcements [NYC Digital Humanities]

    Jennifer Vinopal started the topic CFP – Second annual NYCDH Grad Student
    Award in the forum NYCDH Announcements

    “We are pleased to announce our second annual cross-institutional NYCDH
    digital humanities graduate student project award. We invite all graduate
    students in the city of New York to apply by August 1, 2015. First prize
    winner(s) will receive a cash prize of $1000. Two runner up positions will
    receive $500 each. All three winning proposals will have the opportunity to
    receive support from one or more of the many centers affiliated with NYCDH.
    Winners will also receive exposure on our site and through our social media
    outlets.

    More information on the award and how to apply:
    http://nycdh.org/nycdh-sgpa-2015/

    Please share this with your colleagues, graduate students, and other local
    DH information networks.”

  • ———- Forwarded message ———-
    From: NYC Digital Humanities <wordpress@nycdh.org>
    Date: Mon, Mar 30, 2015 at 3:32 PM
    Subject: Alex Gil started the topic d3.js workshop in the forum NYCDH
    Announcements [NYC Digital Humanities]

    Alex Gil started the topic d3.js workshop in the forum NYCDH Announcements

    “when: April 10, 2015 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
    where: Studio@Butler, Butler Library 208b, Columbia University

    At the root of complex interactive visualizations are simple, data-driven
    shapes. This workshop will provide a basic introduction to the D3.js
    JavaScript library, and will walk participants through the steps necessary
    to use data to control and customize the visual attributes of elements in a
    browser. Included will be an overview of JavaScript data types, an
    introduction to JSON, and a summary of the D3 enter-update-exit pattern:
    the building blocks from which to build scalable, dynamic visualizations
    for a range of contexts.

    Experience with JavaScript is a plus, but not required. Basic experience
    with HTML and CSS recommended. Please bring a laptop with Google Chrome
    installed.

    This event is open to Columbia affiliates and the NYC-DH community. If
    you’re coming from outside Columbia, please let Alex Gil know at
    agil@columbia.edu.

    https://studio.cul.columbia.edu/ai1ec_event/d3-js-workshop/?instance_id=

  • ———- Forwarded message ———-
    From: NYC Digital Humanities <wordpress@nycdh.org>
    Date: Sun, Mar 29, 2015 at 7:08 PM
    Subject: Alex Gil started the topic “How to Kill Facebook”: Eben Moglen on
    Privacy and Social Networks in the forum NYCDH Announcements [NYC Digital
    Humanities]

    Alex Gil started the topic “How to Kill Facebook”: Eben Moglen on Privacy
    and Social Networks in the forum NYCDH Announcements

    “When: March 31, 2015 @ 7:00 pm – 8:30 pm
    Where: Studio@Butler, Butler Library 208b, Columbia University

    Universities were the freest places in human society to compute–and
    therefore to read, communicate and learn–from the beginning of computing
    until yesterday. They are no longer. Mostly, you did it to yourselves. Some
    of it is being done to you. In this post-Snowden talk, Eben Moglen, founder
    of the Software Freedom Law Center and Professor at Columbia Law School,
    will discuss what has happened, why you should not want to live this way
    one millisecond longer, and how you can begin to reclaim your technological
    freedom in order to safeguard your political liberty.

    This event is free and open to the public. If coming from outside the
    university let Alex Gil know at agil@columbia.edu.

    Link to the event:
    https://studio.cul.columbia.edu/ai1ec_event/how-to-kill-facebook-eben-moglen-on-privacy-and-social-networks/?instance_id=8016

  • Please join the Ph.D. Program in English, GC Digital Initiatives, and CUNY DHI on Friday, March 27 2015 from 4pm-6pm (Room 4406, Graduate Center, CUNY):

    Books Matter: Circulating Digital and Printed Texts

    [caption id="attachment_960" align="alignright" width="300"]"Bookshelf spectrum 2.0 - mission accomplished!" by flickr user Pietro Bellini “Bookshelf spectrum 2.0 – mission accomplished!” by flickr user Pietro Bellini[/caption]

    What is the place of the printed book in an era of digital reading devices and web-based publishing, and how have digital workflows changed academic publishing? How are digital texts circulating in new and varied forms? This roundtable will explore how the growth of digital media has altered the material form of the printed book and posed new challenges for institutions, such as libraries, that are focused on providing access to them.

    Jeffrey Binder, Graduate Center, CUNY
    Erin Glass, Graduate Center, CUNY
    Matthew K. Gold, Graduate Center, CUNY
    Steve Jones, Loyola University Chicago
    Andrew Stauffer, University of Virginia
    Marion Thain, New York University

    Reception to follow

  • Matthew K. Gold started the topic Fwd: John MacFarlane on pandoc at Columbia in the forum Group logo of Digital Humanities InitiativeDigital Humanities Initiative via email 1 month, 4 weeks ago

    Forwarding from Grant Wythoff at Columbia

    ———- Forwarded message ———-
    From: Grant Wythoff <grant.wythoff@gmail.com>
    Date: Tue, Mar 24, 2015 at 11:10 AM
    Subject: Re: John MacFarlane on pandoc at Columbia
    To: “Matthew K. Gold” <mattgold@gmail.com>

    John MacFarlane, <http://johnmacfarlane.net/&gt; chair of the philosophy
    department at the University of California, Berkeley and author of numerous
    pieces of software for humanities research, is visiting the Group for
    Experimental Methods in the Humanities <http://xpmeth.plaintext.io/&gt;. He
    will give a presentation on Pandoc, a tool for authoring academic documents
    using plain text, and lead a workshop on writing filters for Pandoc.

    The event will take place next Wednesday, March 25 at Columbia’s Butler
    Library, room 208b, 4:30p.

    All are welcome!

  • Matthew K. Gold replied to the topic DH project for NYC research. in the forum Group logo of Digital Humanities InitiativeDigital Humanities Initiative via email 2 months, 1 week ago

    That’s great, Sharon — thanks for sharing this!

  • Hi All,

    NYU has announced its Spring 2015 DH talks. CUNY DHI will be announcing its
    lineup very soon. Thanks for your patience!

    Best,

    Matt

    ———- Forwarded message ———-
    From: NYC Digital Humanities <wordpress@nycdh.org>
    Date: Thu, Mar 12, 2015 at 6:13 PM
    Subject: Jennifer Vinopal started the topic NYU public events for spring
    2015 in the forum NYCDH Announcements [NYC Digital Humanities]

    Jennifer Vinopal started the topic NYU public events for spring 2015 in the
    forum NYCDH Announcements

    “Hi, everyone,
    NYU has three fantastic public events coming up that will be of interest to
    this community.

    Note: These events are open to the public; registration is not required.
    All workshops will be held in Bobst Library’s Avery Fisher Center.
    Attendees without an NYU ID card should enter at the guard’s desk in the
    library’s atrium.

    Polonsky Foundation Public Lectures in Digital Humanities

    Follow the links below for more information.

    Molly O’Hagan Hardy: The Presence of the Past April 2nd, 5-6:30pm
    With examples from the eighteenth-century transatlantic book trade as
    represented in library catalogs and content databases, Molly O’Hagan Hardy
    will examine time’s traces in the archives and how such traces can be
    re-conceived or eclipsed in digital humanities projects.
    http://nyu.libcal.com/event.php?id=936777

    Miriam Posner: Head-and-Shoulder-Hunting in the Americas May 28th, 1-2:30pm
    Between 1936 and 1967, Walter Freeman, a prominent neurologist, lobotomized
    as many as 3,500 Americans. In this presentation, Miriam Posner will detail
    her efforts to understand why Freeman was so devoted to this practice,
    using computer-assisted image-mining and -analysis techniques.
    http://nyu.libcal.com/event.php?id=936778

    Mark Algee-Hewitt June 4th, 1-2:30pm
    TBD.
    http://nyu.libcal.com/event.php?id=939707

    Jennifer Giuliano: Humanities Infrastructure versus the Digital Humanities
    June 9th, 1-2:30pm
    This lecture will explore the ways in which digital humanities and its
    associated research projects have challenged the often-overlapping, but
    frequently problematic, technical and social architectures of the academy.
    http://nyu.libcal.com/event.php?id=936781

  • Hi All,

    Please see below and please apply!

    Best,

    Matt

    ———- Forwarded message ———-
    From: NYC Digital Humanities <wordpress@nycdh.org>
    Date: Wed, Mar 11, 2015 at 11:54 AM
    Subject: Jennifer Vinopal started the topic CFP – Second annual NYCDH Grad
    Student Award in the forum NYCDH Announcements [NYC Digital Humanities]

    Jennifer Vinopal started the topic CFP – Second annual NYCDH Grad Student
    Award in the forum NYCDH Announcements

    “We are pleased to announce our second annual cross-institutional NYCDH
    digital humanities graduate student project award. We invite all graduate
    students in the city of New York to apply by August 1, 2015. First prize
    winner(s) will receive a cash prize of $1000. Two runner up positions will
    receive $500 each. All three winning proposals will have the opportunity to
    receive support from one or more of the many centers affiliated with NYCDH.
    Winners will also receive exposure on our site and through our social media
    outlets.

    More information on the award and how to apply:
    http://nycdh.org/nycdh-sgpa-2015/

    Please share this with your colleagues, graduate students, and other local
    DH information networks.”

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