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Welcome to Caleb Wellum!

The DHN is please to extend a warm welcome to Caleb Wellum. Caleb joins the team as the winter term Program Assistant on a part time, temporary basis to assist with DHN events and the drive to develop the infrastructure for the Critical Digital Humanities Initiative. Caleb received his PhD from the University of Toronto … Read More

Farewell to Lawrence Evalyn!

Please join us in wishing our wonderful DHN Program Assistant, Lawrence Evalyn, a fond farewell! At the end of last semester, Lawrence completed his contract with the DHN. He now works to finalize his dissertation, “Print Politics in the Digital Archive, 1789-1799.” During his time with us, Lawrence proved to be an invaluable member of … Read More

Call for Applications: 2021-2022 Digital Humanities Postdoctoral Fellowship

Deadline for applications: 30 November 2020 The Jackman Humanities Institute (JHI) at the University of Toronto, with support from the Council of Library and Information Resources (CLIR), offers a twelve-month Postdoctoral Fellowship in Digital Humanities, with a project that fits the JHI’s annual theme, “Pleasure” 2021-2022 Annual Theme: Pleasure Whether understood as light amusement or passionate pursuit, … Read More

Congratulations and a fond farewell to Andrew Brown!

We are thrilled to report that Andrew S. Brown, formerly a Postdoctoral Fellow with the DHN at the JHI, has accepted a position as Assistant Professor of English at Dalhousie University. Andrew was a Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Digital Humanities Network Postdoctoral Fellow at the Jackman Humanities Institute for 2019–2020, for their … Read More

New Program Assistant at the Digital Humanities Network

The Digital Humanities Network welcomes Lawrence Evalyn as our inaugural Program Assistant. Lawrence is a PhD Candidate in English at the University of Toronto, examining digital research infrastructures and their impact on eighteenth century studies. His dissertation, “Print Politics in the Digital Archive, 1789-99,” investigates principles of inclusion and exclusion in eighteenth-century conceptions of literature … Read More

Mark V. Campbell and Alejandro I. Paz named JHI-UTSC Digital Humanities Early Career Fellows

The Digital Humanities Network is pleased to announce two new JHI-UTSC Digital Humanities Early Career Fellows for 2020-2021: Mark V. Campbell, with his project “AfroSonic Audio: Archival interruptions by hip hop’s esoteric and ephemeral arts,” and Alejandro I. Paz, with his project “Visualizing Sources: The Intertextual Epistemics of News, MediaCAT & Digital Palestine/Israel.” The Early Career … Read More

Jennifer Ross appointed JHI Digital Humanities Postdoctoral Fellow, 2020-2021

The Digital Humanities Network is pleased to welcome Jennifer Ross as the incoming JHI Digital Humanities Postdoctoral Fellow for 2020-2021. Along with her research, Jennifer will be administering the DHN and participating in the Council of Library and Information Resources (CLIR) circle of postdoctoral fellows. Jennifer will be sharing some of her work at our … Read More

Call for Applications: DHN Program Assistant (due 3 Jul. 2020)

Program Assistant, Digital Humanities Network, University of Toronto   The Digital Humanities Network at the University of Toronto seeks a part-time Program Assistant for a limited-term position. Working independently under the general direction of the Director of the Digital Humanities Network (DHN), the Program Assistant is responsible for providing administrative support to the DHN. This … Read More

Professor Kenzie Burchell appointed JHI-UTSC Digital Humanities Early Career Fellow

Kenzie Burchell (Ph.D. Media Communications, Goldsmiths, University of London, 2012) has been appointed as a JHI-UTSC Digital Humanities Early Career Fellow, where he will conduct research on the project Making Responsible Reporting Practices Visible: Humanitarian Crisis, Global Media, and the War in Syria. He is an Assistant Professor of Media, Journalism, and Digital Cultures at the … Read More

APPLY: Digital Humanities Coworking/Lab Space, due November 12, 2018

Many of us working in digital humanities find we need working space in which to meet with collaborators, students, and others working on our digital humanities projects. The Jackman Humanities Institute at the University of Toronto has a “Digital Humanities” space (see photo right) for University of Toronto faculty members, from any unit, who are … Read More