NYU Archives/Public History Program: Digital Curriculum Specialist

New York University’s Archives and Public History Program (History Department) is now considering applications for a one-year grant-funded Digital Curriculum Specialist.  The Program seeks a scholar experienced with the technical and intellectual issues in digital humanities to help the Program incorporate digital technologies throughout its curriculum and internship programs.  The successful candidate will work with […]

Programming Job at the Virginia Foundation for the Humanities

The Virginia Foundation for the Humanities seeks a programmer with extensive knowledge of relational database development and design (MySQL), XML and related technologies (particularly XPath and XSLT), JavaScript, and scripting languages (PHP and PERL) to support Encyclopedia Virginia (EV) and its management and publication of content. More information can be found at http://www.virginiafoundation.org/jobs.html.

Tenure-Track Job in Digital History at GMU/CHNM

The Department of History and Art History at George Mason University invites applications for a tenure-track position in digital history. The successful applicant will be expected to manage a range projects at Mason’s Center for History and New Media and to teach digital methodology for the department. To apply for this position (number F5343z), go […]

Job: Coordinator of Oral History Digital Initiatives, Southern Oral History Program, UNC

The Southern Oral History Program (SOHP) in the Center for the Study of the American South seeks a Coordinator of Oral History Digital Initiatives to oversee the SOHP’s participation in a three-year, cross-university collaboration focused on “the long civil rights movement,” stretching back to the 1940s and continuing with the extension of struggles for social […]

Job Ad for Shakespeare’s Quartos

The Maryland Institute of Technology in the Humanities (MITH) at the University of Maryland in College Park is seeking a full time programmer for at least a year to work on the NEH/JISC funded Shakespeare’s Quartos project. This exciting digital humanities initiative, an international collaboration among MITH, the Folger Shakespeare Library, Oxford University, the British […]