Now accepting applications for socially-distanced, masked co-working in the Jackman Humanities Building, at Bloor and St. George, on the St George Campus.
As researchers make plans for returning to campus, the Critical Digital Humanities Initiative and Jackman Humanities Institute are pleased to welcome DH faculty and their research teams back to the DH work space, located in JHI 222.
U of T faculty members, from any unit, who are leading digital humanities research projects are invited to apply to use this space to meet with collaborators, students, and others working with them on DH projects. This is a shared space (with other DH projects), with a BYOE (bring your own equipment) policy. The room must be used in accordance with the COVID-19 protocols, outlined here.
We are seeking faculty applications to have access to this space for research projects being undertaken from now through June 1, 2022, with renewal possible.
To apply, send a one-page proposal that outlines: a) your project; b) your team; c) when during the week you would need lab space. Please send us three time slots during the week from 9-12 pm and 1-4 pm that you could envision your group using the space for AY 2021-22.
Send proposals by November 30, 2021 to:
Danielle Taschereau Mamers, Managing Director, firstname.lastname@example.org