[Humanist] 28.439 jobs at Rensselaer, Delaware, Cologne, Portland State; Canadian award nominations

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Sat Oct 25 10:20:31 CEST 2014


                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 28, No. 439.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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  [1]   From:    Dean Irvine <Dean.Irvine at Dal.Ca>                           (6)
        Subject: Reminder: Call for Nominations (deadline: 31 October)

  [2]   From:    "Young, John K" <youngj at MARSHALL.EDU>                     (11)
        Subject: Delaware position in print culture

  [3]   From:    Franz Fischer <franz.fischer at uni-koeln.de>                (53)
        Subject: Job in Cologne: Software Developer/Digital Humanist

  [4]   From:    Per Henningsgaard <phenni2 at pdx.edu>                       (36)
        Subject: Job posting: Assistant Professor of English specializing in
                Book Publishing/Digital Humanities

  [5]   From:    "Crompton, Constance" <constance.crompton at ubc.ca>         (18)
        Subject: Rensselaer Department Head Position - Communication and
                Media


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        Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2014 12:35:49 +0000
        From: Dean Irvine <Dean.Irvine at Dal.Ca>
        Subject: Reminder: Call for Nominations (deadline: 31 October)


Reminder: Call for Nominations (deadline: 31 October 2014)

CSDH/SCHN Outstanding Achievement Award for Computing in the Arts and Humanities

The CSDH/SDCH Outstanding Achievement Award for Computing in the Arts and Humanities acknowledges a Canadian researcher or a researcher at a Canadian institution who has made a significant contribution, over an extended career, to computing in the arts and humanities, whether theoretical, applied, or in the area of community building.  The recipient will be invited to accept the award and to address the society in a plenary session of the annual conference at Congress, which will be held in Ottawa in the spring of 2015.

This award is generally given to someone who has made a substantial and prolonged contribution to the community, typically a senior researcher. We have awarded it to teams. We have awarded it posthumously in recognition of a lifetime contribution. We also recognize people who have served the community in a service capacity and therefore may not have a faculty position. For a list of previous recipients, see http://csdh-schn.org/activities-activites/outstanding-awards-prix/

Nominations of up to 500 words must be submitted by October 31, 2014. Only current current members of CSDH/SCHN are eligible to submit nominations. Nominations must be sent by email to the chair of the CSDH/SCHN Awards Committee (dean.irvine at dal.ca<mailto:dean.irvine at dal.ca>).

The Awards committee will compile a short list, confirm with nominees whether they are willing to be considered, and request the submission of supporting material (CV, letters of support, access to contributions or projects if not readily accessible) by December 15, 2014. Adjudication of the  award will be conducted by the CSDH/SDCH Awards Committee (Dean Irvine, Susan Brown, Juan Luis Suarez, Kevin Kee, and Janelle Jenstad), who may consult the CSDH/SCHN Executive or external members of the community for assistance in evaluating applications. Selection will be made by the end of December 2014. An announcement will be made in spring 2014, along with the release of the CSDH/SCHN conference program for Congress 2015.



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        Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2014 13:17:49 +0000
        From: "Young, John K" <youngj at MARSHALL.EDU>
        Subject: Delaware position in print culture


Advanced Assistant or Associate Professor Print and Material Culture Studies Department of English University of Delaware

The Department of English at the University of Delaware invites applications for a tenure-track Assistant or Associate Professor position.  The position includes a highly competitive salary, good teaching load, and excellent benefits.  We seek candidates, grounded in their primary literary, historical, or rhetorical disciplines, who can add to our strengths in Print and Material Culture Studies while also contributing to our vision of a deeply integrated and interdisciplinary department.  Associate or advanced Assistant Professors are preferred; other applicants will be considered only if they can guarantee Ph.D. in hand by August, 2015.

The successful candidate will be an intellectual leader of national reputation (at the Associate level) or an advanced Assistant Professor with an established publishing record who can work with UD's Center for Material Culture Studies to build the university's reputation as a leading destination for interdisciplinary research and teaching related to the physical evidence of culture. This position provides teaching opportunities in both our undergraduate and our graduate programs and will benefit from the department's strong affiliations with interdisciplinary studies programs on campus (including Material Culture Studies, Digital Humanities, African American Studies, Environmental Humanities, Interactive Media Studies, and Race & Ethnic Studies, among others), organizations associated with UD faculty (including the Winterthur Museum, Folger Library, Hagley Museum, and The Library Company of Philadelphia), and numerous other archives and resources at the university and in the region.

Applicants should visit www.udel.edu/udjobs http://www.udel.edu/udjobs  and read Applicant Instructions under the Resources for Applicants tab before submitting their application. Applicants are asked to create and upload a single document that includes a letter of application and a CV.  We will begin reviewing applications on November 3, 2014.  The hiring committee will then solicit letters of recommendation and other materials from selected applicants.

Founded in 1743, the University of Delaware is one of the nation's oldest institutions of higher education. Combining tradition and innovation, we seek faculty who are prepared to lead the way in responding to the most pressing challenges of our time.  The University of Delaware is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages applications from minority group members and women.

Dr. John Young
Professor, Department of English
Marshall University
(304) 696-2349
youngj at marshall.edu<mailto:youngj at marshall.edu>
www.marshall.edu/english http://www.marshall.edu/english



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        Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2014 17:43:40 +0200
        From: Franz Fischer <franz.fischer at uni-koeln.de>
        Subject: Job in Cologne: Software Developer/Digital Humanist


The Cologne Center for eHumanities (CCeH) at the University of Cologne  
(Germany) is offering a position for a

Digital Humanist / Software Developer
(3 years, TV-L 13, full-time with part-time option, starting 1 January 2015)

Tasks
Collaboration on different projects; among others an international  
EU-funded project aiming at providing access to archival material for  
academics and the public:
- implementation of open-source Web 2.0 features and tools
- usability of technical tools in the environment of digital archival material
- crowdsourcing tools for indexing and transcription on the basis of a  
web-based XML WYSIWYM
- gamification features
- development / enhancement / implementation of tools for image  
cropping, text image linking, image annotation (supported by tagging  
taxonomies, vocabularies and folksonomies)
- information enrichment (e.g. named entities) with authority files,

Required skills
- x-technologies (XML, XSLT, XQuery, XML-DB)
- web technologies (including deeper understanding of JavaScript)
- software development experience
- experience in distributed collaboration using git and issue tracking  
software
- dissemination & communication skills

Desirable skills
- additional programming languages (e.g. Java/C++, Ruby, Python, PHP)
- data and metadata standards in the Digital Humanities (CEI/TEI, EAD)
- digitization of cultural heritage objects (artifacts / images / texts)
- understanding humanities concepts and finding ways to realize them  
as technical solutions

A working knowledge / understanding of German should be acquired  
within 1 year.

Application Deadline: 17 November 2014

Applications should include a brief cover letter and a CV and may  
include links to projects. Applications must be sent electronically to  
info-cceh at uni-koeln.de.

For further information or in case of queries contact Dr. Patrick  
Sahle at info-cceh at uni-koeln.de.

http://www.cceh.uni-koeln.de/node/565
Please circulate widely!

-- 
Dr. Franz Fischer
Cologne Center for eHumanities
Universität zu Köln, Universitätsstr. 22, D-50923 Köln
Telefon: +49 - (0)221 - 470 - 4056
Email: franz.fischer at uni-koeln.de

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        Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2014 10:21:51 -0700
        From: Per Henningsgaard <phenni2 at pdx.edu>
        Subject: Job posting: Assistant Professor of English specializing in Book Publishing/Digital Humanities


Portland State University is seeking to fill a nine-month, tenure-track 1.0
FTE position as an Assistant Professor of English specializing in Book
Publishing/Digital Humanities to begin September 2015. Desirable areas of
research expertise include digital humanities with a focus on history of
the book and print culture studies.

Teaching responsibilities in the graduate program in Book Publishing
include courses in digital publishing that require knowledge of the latest
developments in both the book publishing industry and the technologies used
in the production of e-books and other forms of digital publishing. 2/2/2
teaching load.

The Assistant Professor will also design and teach new undergraduate and
graduate courses in digital humanities for our B.A. and M.A. in English
programs, helping the English Department develop significant digital
components in our teaching, research, and public programming.

Other responsibilities include advising students in the graduate program in
Book Publishing, contributing to the ongoing development of the
student-staffed publishing house Ooligan Press, serving on graduate exam
committees, and engaging in development and community outreach activities
as appropriate. Ph.D. in English, or a terminal degree in a relevant field,
is required at the time of appointment. Significant professional experience
in book publishing is also required with preference given to candidates
with experience in digital publishing.

For more information and instructions on how to apply, visit
https://jobs.hrc.pdx.edu/postings/13525.

You should also feel free to address any questions to me, Dr. Per
Henningsgaard, Assistant Professor of English and Director of Publishing at
Portland State University.

-- 
Dr. Per Henningsgaard
Assistant Professor of English
Director of Publishing

Office: Neuberger Hall M406
Office Hours: Tuesdays, 12:00 p.m. - 2:00 p.m.
E-mail: per.henningsgaard at pdx.edu
Telephone: (503) 725-3573
Fax: (503) 725-3561



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        Date: Fri, 24 Oct 2014 18:13:17 +0000
        From: "Crompton, Constance" <constance.crompton at ubc.ca>
        Subject: Rensselaer Department Head Position - Communication and Media



Dear List,

FYI, on behalf of Rebecca Rouse.  Rensselaer, will, I hear, consider Associate Professors with at least 10 years' experience who are ready to make the transition to Full Professor.

Best,
Connie

______________

The Department of Communication and Media at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, NY, invites applications, expressions of interest, and nominations for a tenured position at the rank of Professor and Department Head. Our department pioneered the first Technical Communication degree and first B.S. degree in Electronic Media, Arts, and Communication (EMAC) with the Department of the Arts. Energized by our unique position in a technological institute, we are a leader in collaborative interdisciplinary programs, including a nationally ranked program in Games and Simulations Arts and Sciences (GSAS) with the Department of Cognitive Science and the Department of the Arts. Additionally, the department offers a B.S. in Communication, M.S. degrees in Communication and Rhetoric, Human-Computer Interaction (HCI), and Technical Communication, and a Ph.D. in Communication and Rhetoric. The position may commence as early as August 16, 2015.

______________________
Constance Crompton
Assistant Professor, Digital Humanities and English
Department of Critical Studies | Faculty of Creative and Critical Studies
University of British Columbia | Okanagan Campus
CCS 346 | 3333 University Way, Kelowna BC Canada V1V 1V7
constance.crompton at ubc.ca<mailto:constance.crompton at ubc.ca> | @clkcrompton | constancecrompton.com http://constancecrompton.com

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