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Call for Funding: Graduate Fellowship in Critical Digital Humanities

Graduate Fellowship in Critical Digital Humanities (deadline 28 June, 2021) The Graduate Fellowship in Critical Digital Humanities supports a small interdisciplinary cohort of University of Toronto Ph.D. candidates over the 2021-2022 academic year. Students will need to articulate their own project, which might involve engaging with digital humanities methods as the basis for a dissertation … Read More

Call For Funding: Emerging Projects Fund

The Emerging Projects Fund  in Critical Digital Humanities (deadline May 21, 2021)    The Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI) is a tri-campus research initiative that was funded by the University of Toronto’s Institutional Strategic Initiatives (ISI) Program in December 2020 for 3 years (Jan 2021-April 30, 2024). Building on the Digital Humanities Network (DHN) founded … Read More

Call for Applications – Postdoctoral Fellowship with the Critical Digital Humanities Initiative, University of Toronto (deadline: Feb 19)

The Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI), in concert with the University of Toronto School of Graduate Studies Provost Postdoctoral Fellowship Program, is pleased to invite applications for a two year, fixed term postdoctoral fellowship beginning no later than December 31, 2021. The successful applicant will be supervised by CDHI Director Elspeth Brown. Applicants should propose … Read More

DHSI Discount Codes for University of Toronto Members

We have discount codes for University of Toronto faculty, students, librarians and staff to attend the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI) this summer. Please use codes: UT-Stdnt ($300) or UT-NonStdnt ($300). As a member of the Digital Library Federation we have additional discount codes: DLF-NonStdnt ($300) or DLF-Stdnt ($300). You can register for workshops at the … Read More

Data Management: Make Your Research Data Compliant with Tri-Agency Policies

On the 27th of February, 2018, we hosted a lightning lunch, titled “‘Because SSHRC Says You Have to’: Managing Your Research Data”. We were pleased to have Laure Perrier and Mariya Maistrovskaya from University of Toronto Libraries to speak to us about managing your research data from creation to long-term preservation to open-access publication. At … Read More