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Digital Humanities Initiative

The CUNY Digital Humanities Initiative (CUNY DHI), launched in Fall 2010, aims to build connections and community among those at CUNY who are applying digital technologies to scholarship and pedagogy in the humanities. All are welcome: faculty, students, and technologists, experienced practitioners and beginning DHers, enthusiasts and skeptics.

We meet regularly on- and offline to explore key topics in the Digital Humanities, and share our work, questions, and concerns. See our blog for more information on upcoming events (it’s also where we present our group’s work to a wider audience). Help edit the CUNY Digital Humanities Resource Guide, our first group project. And, of course, join the conversation on the Forum.

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Google Code Jam

  • Apologies if you are receiving this message more than once. Google’s annual “Code Jam” is staring up again. Please see more information below. Best, Lisa

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    Code Jam is here!

    Registration is now open[g.co] for Google’s 14th annual algorithmic, global coding competition. And back for the third year is the Distributed Code Jam track, giving contestants even more ways to test their programming skills. This year, the competition is bigger than ever…

    Join us for your chance to:
    · Compete at the World Finals held in Dublin, Ireland in August
    · Take home up to $15,000, and the title of Code Jam and Distributed Code Jam World Champion
    · Win a limited edition Code Jam t-shirt

    Do you have what it takes? Register today at g.co/codejam[g.co]. The Online Qualification Round begins on April 7 @ 23:00 UTC; registration will be open until the round closes.

    Help us spread the word. Be sure to watch our trailer[goo.gl], share the flyer, and join our community on social media by following us @CodeJam and #CodeJam2017. Visit g.co/codejam[g.co] to register and learn more.

    Hope to see you in the competition.

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  • Dear all, with apologies, again, for duplicate posts, please share the opportunity below for a Summer Fellowship opporunity for GC doctoral students. Best, Lisa

     

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    AAS / CUNY Summer Digital Fellowship

    3/14/17

    Under the auspices of the American Antiquarian Society (AAS) and The Graduate Center Digital Initiatives (GCDI) program, a summer fellow is sought to transform ten early American literary text from PDF to TEI-encoded XML. These text have been published on Common-place: The Journal of Early American Life’s Just Teach One and need to be encoded according to the AAS TEI schema. Just Teach One, edited by Duncan Faherty (CUNY Graduate Center) and Ed White (Tulane University), aims to recover neglected or forgotten texts for teaching and studying early America. AAS manages the production of the site, and AAS Digital Humanities Curator Molly Hardy oversees the TEI-encoding of the texts.

    The summer fellow will work closely, though remotely with Dr. Hardy at an office in the Graduate Center. Working approximately 9 hours a week for 10 weeks, the intern will be trained in the AAS TEI schema. Towards the end of the work, the fellow will also be asked to reflect on their experience in an approximately 750-word post on AAS’s blog, Past is Present, which receives over 40,000 unique visitors per year. The fellow’s contributions to the JTO project will also be noted on that site. The total compensation for this work will be $3,000.

    The expected dates of the fellowship are Monday, June 5th until Friday, August 11th; negotiation of the start and end dates is possible.

    The successful candidate will:

    • Be able to work independently;

    • Pay close attention to details;

    • Be highly organized;

    • Have some familiarity with XML and / or a willingness to learn;

    • Have some familiarity with and / or interest in early American literature and culture;

    • Be familiar with Microsoft Excel and / or Google forms and spreadsheets;

    • Have excellent written and oral communication skills.

    Please note only current GC doctoral students (at any level) are eligible to apply for this fellowship.

    To apply for the position, please send a resume (including contacts for two references) and a cover letter to: Molly Hardy mhardy@mwa.org

    Sent from my Verizon 4G LTE smartphone

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    From: Lisa Rhody <noreply@gc.cuny.edu>
    Date: 3/22/17 01:36 (GMT-05:00)
    To: “Sautman, Francesca” <FSautman@gc.cuny.edu>
    Subject: [CUNY Academic Commons] Lisa Rhody replied to the topic Google Code Jam in the forum Digital Humanities Initiative

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