[Humanist] 28.289 jobs: professorship at Goettingen; fellowships at Amsterdam

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 28, No. 289.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    Sally Wyatt <sally.wyatt at ehumanities.knaw.nl>             (11)
        Subject: Visiting Fellowships at eHumanities Group, Amsterdam

  [2]   From:    "Kraft, Gabriele" <gkraft at gcdh.de>                        (23)
        Subject: Vacancy: Professorship in Digital Humanities


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        Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2014 13:50:15 +0200
        From: Sally Wyatt <sally.wyatt at ehumanities.knaw.nl>
        Subject: Visiting Fellowships at eHumanities Group, Amsterdam

Visiting fellowships in Computational Humanities based at the eHumanities Group, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts and Sciences (KNAW) (http://ehumanities.nl).

Applications for 2015 now open!
These visiting fellowships are intended to enable scholars working in computational humanities to conduct research and to participate in the academic life of the eHumanities Group of the KNAW. Visiting fellowships are awarded for three months. Previous fellows were: Dr Maceij Eder<https://sites.google.com/site/computationalstylistics/> (2013) from the University of Kraków, Poland and Dr Benjamin Miller<http://www.english.gsu.edu/13343.html> (2014) from Georgia State University, US.

Preference will be given to candidates who can demonstrate an ability to contribute to one of the ongoing projects of the Computational Humanities Programme (see website for details). During their stay, fellows will be expected to make one presentation about their own research and to hold one workshop in which they provide training in a particular tool, method or approach.

Applicants should send their CV plus a two-page plan for their fellowship to Jeannette Haagsma (jeannette.haagsma at ehumanities.knaw.nl<mailto:jeannette.haagsma at ehumanities.knaw.nl>) by 01 November 2014. The plan should include which 3 months they would like to spend in Amsterdam (excluding July & August), and ideas for the presentation and workshop. Visiting fellowships are open to women and men from all countries who already have a PhD and a demonstrable record in computational humanities. Successful applicants will receive a stipendium of €10,000 (paid in three instalments) plus the costs of one return journey from their home. Fellows will be expected to make their own tax, visa, insurance and accommodation arrangements, where necessary.


Professor dr Sally Wyatt

Programme Leader, eHumanities Group<http://ehumanities.nl/>, Royal Netherlands Academy of Arts & Sciences

Postal address: eHg/KNAW, PO Box 94264, 1090 GG Amsterdam, The Netherlands
Telephone: +31 (0)20 462 8640   email: sallyDOTwyattATehumanitiesDOTknawDOTnl





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        Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2014 17:33:28 +0000
        From: "Kraft, Gabriele" <gkraft at gcdh.de>
        Subject: Vacancy: Professorship in Digital Humanities


Dear All,

Please allow me to draw your attention to the following vacancy:

The Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science at Georg-August-Universität Göttingen seeks to fill a >>Professorship in Digital Humanities (Professorial Salary Scale W3)<< at the earliest possible date. This professorship should cover a broad spectrum of digital humanities in both research and teaching. This newly created position is part of Göttingen University’s institutional strategy to establish an eResearch Alliance (http://www.uni-goettingen.de/en/482513.html), which covers the entire Göttingen Research Campus (http://grc.uni-goettingen.de http://grc.uni-goettingen.de/ ). The new professor will work in close cooperation with the major stakeholders in this research and teaching alliance alongside the Faculty of Mathematics and Computer Science, and, in particular, with the Faculties of Humanities and Social Sciences, the Göttingen Computing Center (GWDG), the State and University Library (SUB), the Göttingen Academy of Sciences and the Herzog August Library Wolfenbüttel.

Within this ecosystem, the professor is expected to take the lead in expanding research and teaching in Digital Humanities. The appointee will facilitate disciplinary and interdisciplinary research in the humanities, social sciences and computer sciences, while taking leadership of the Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities (GCDH). The position therefore requires management and leadership skills, particularly, experience in establishing and managing large collaborative and interdisciplinary teaching and research projects.

Candidates are expected to have done outstanding research work in the digital humanities, demonstrate a strong commitment to excellent teaching and a successful track-record in the acquisition of third-party funded projects. At least two areas of the following fields of research should be covered:

-    Text mining of cultural studies-related data,
-    Web science, network analytics,
-    Digital editions,
-    Knowledge representation,
-    Data analysis and visualisation for the humanities.

The successful applicant is expected to teach courses for the B.A. and M.A. programmes in "Computer Science plus a Humanities or Social Sciences Subject (Teacher Training and Non-teacher Training)" and for the M.A. priority programme "Digital Humanities” in computer science. The appointee will carry a teaching load of 9 weekly lecture hours, parts of which may expressly be held in alternative teaching formats, like blended learning and the organisation of workshops and summer school courses. Collaboration in the development of an M.A./Ph.D. programme in “Digital Humanities” is expected.

All further requirements for professorial appointments are governed by Section 25 of the Higher Education Act of Lower Saxony (NHG) (Official Law Gazette of Lower Saxony, Nds. GVBl. 2007 p. 69). As a Public Law Foundation, Göttingen University holds the right of appointment. Further details can be provided upon request. For further information, please contact Professor Ramin Yahyapour, Center for Computational Sciences, applications at cs.uni-goettingen.de.

We explicitly welcome applications from foreign scholars and researchers. The University of Göttingen strives to increase its proportion of female staff in fields where women are underrepresented and expressly encourages qualified women to apply. Severely disabled persons with the appropriate qualifications will be favoured. Under certain circumstances, part-time employment is possible.

Electronic submission of applications with a curriculum vitae, a list of publications, an outline of the applicant's scientific career path including teaching experience and any planned research projects is requested by 29 October 2014 to the e-mail address: dekanat at math-cs.uni-goettingen.de.

http://www.gcdh.de/en/people/job-opportunities/professorship-digital-humanities/

With best wishes,
Ele Kraft

Gabriele Kraft
Göttingen Centre for Digital Humanities (GCDH)
Papendiek 16
D-37073 Göttingen
Tel: 0049 551 39 20476
Email: gkraft at gcdh.de<mailto:gkraft at gcdh.de>





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