[Humanist] 28.353 jobs: professorship at Stuttgart; PhD studentship at Indiana
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Thu Sep 25 07:08:12 CEST 2014
Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 28, No. 353.
Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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 From: Nils Reiter <nils.reiter at ims.uni-stuttgart.de> (16)
Subject: Professorship in Digital Humanities, University of
 From: John Walsh <jawalsh at indiana.edu> (12)
Subject: Ph.D. Fellowship in Scholarly Communication at Indiana
Date: Wed, 24 Sep 2014 09:57:51 +0200
From: Nils Reiter <nils.reiter at ims.uni-stuttgart.de>
Subject: Professorship in Digital Humanities, University of Stuttgart, Germany
> From: Jonas Kuhn <jonas.kuhn at ims.uni-stuttgart.de>
> Subject: Professorship in Digital Humanities, University of Stuttgart, Germany
The Institut für Literaturwissenschaft at the Philosophisch-Historische Fakultät, Universität Stuttgart seeks to appoint a
W3-Professor in Digital Humanities.
The successful candidate will be an internationally renowned scholar whose competences cross the boundaries between Computer Science and the Humanities and who has developed computational methods and models for the Humanities. The candidate will be an expert in interdisciplinary teaching and should already have implemented concepts for teaching methodological skills in Digital Humanities. Furthermore, the person appointed will help to integrate traditional disciplines into this new field as well as enable these disciplines to profit from digital tools and methods.
At the University of Stuttgart, representatives from the Humanities, Social Sciences, Information Sciences, and Engineering cooperate on various digital projects. The successful candidate will be expected to contribute to the newly founded Stuttgart Research Centre for Text Studies and the broader research context in Stuttgart through securing external funding and establishing links to national and international research infrastructures in the Digital Humanities.
In conjunction with her/his newly established department the successful candidate will have an interest in working with other faculties to develop a Master of Arts in ‘Digital Humanities’ and in coordinating various digital teaching and research activities at the University of Stuttgart.
Applications are invited from persons who will have obtained their PhD / Promotion and Habilitation (or an equivalent record of publications) in the Humanities, preferably in a text-oriented field or in a corresponding field of Computer Science.
Applications including the PhD thesis and three selected publications should be sent as PDF documents to Prof. Dr. Achim Stein, achim.stein at ling.uni-stuttgart.de, by October 31st, 2014.
The requirements for employment listed in § 47 and § 50 of the Baden-Württemberg university law (LHG) apply.
The University of Stuttgart is an equal opportunity employer. Applications of women are strongly encouraged. Severely challenged persons will be given preference in case of equal qualifications.
The University of Stuttgart has established a Dual Career Program to offer assistance to partners of those moving to Stuttgart. For more information, please visit our website www.uni-stuttgart.de/dual-career/
Date: Wed, 24 Sep 2014 12:27:31 -0400
From: John Walsh <jawalsh at indiana.edu>
Subject: Ph.D. Fellowship in Scholarly Communication at Indiana University
Ph.D. Fellowship in Scholarly Communication at Indiana University
The School of Informatics and Computing at Indiana University Bloomington seeks to recruit a cohort of four exceptional doctoral students with interest in issues related to scholarly communication for the IDEASc fellowship program, funded by the Institute for Museum and Library Services (IMLS) and hosted by the Department of Information and Library Science (ILS) and the University Libraries at Indiana University Bloomington (IUB). IDEASc – Integrated Doctoral Education with Application to Scholarly Communication – is a fellowship program designed to further scholarship and practice in the area of scholarly communication by integrating practical experience in the library with the research and classroom experiences that comprise the traditional education of doctoral students. Fellows will be provided with intensive mentoring, wide-ranging opportunities to work and conduct research in scholarly communication, and comprehensive training in pedagogy, curricular development, and in-class instruction. Our efforts are motivated by an awareness of the complex transformations of library roles in the scholarly communication environment and the increasing need to educate future LIS faculty with an integrated understanding of research and practice to meet the needs of future MLS students.
Doctoral fellows will receive a stipend of $23,000, health insurance, tuition, travel assistance, and funding for publication in an open access journal for three consecutive years as part of this program. They will also have an opportunity to work in the library with experienced and innovative librarians and with leading faculty studying the diverse range of issues related to scholarly communication. Potential topics of interest include, but are not limited to, digital libraries, scientometrics, intellectual property, metadata, social media metrics, university presses, data curation, digital humanities, scholarly publishing, institutional repositories, and copyright. Additional information can be found on the project website: http:info.ils.indiana.edu/IDEASc
Indiana University Bloomington is particularly well-situated to support this proposal given its campus-wide focus on issues of scholarly communication as well as the strengths of both the Indiana University Bloomington Libraries and the Department of Information and Library Science in this domain. This is a time of systemic change in how institutions create, sustain, and provide access to information, and libraries and LIS professionals are uniquely situated to influence the direction of this change. The project will graduate doctoral students who are not only familiar with issues of scholarly communication but will also, as leaders in the field, understand scholarly communication from the varying perspectives of practice, education, and research.
Applicants will need to apply to and meet the requirements for the ILS Ph.D. program. Information on the Ph.D. application process can be found on the departmental website (http://ils.indiana.edu/phd/). Students will additionally be asked to send their personal statement, writing sample, and CV/resume directly to Dr. Cassidy R. Sugimoto (sugimoto [at] indiana.edu). Applications should be received by January 1, 2015 for full consideration.
| John A. Walsh
| Associate Professor of Information Science, School of Informatics & Computing
| Acting Director, Catapult Center for Digital Humanities and Computational Analysis, College of Arts & Sciences
| Indiana University, 1320 East 10th Street, Bloomington, IN 47405
| Web: http://johnwalsh.name Voice: +1-812-856-0707
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