[Humanist] 23.691 bursary applications for DH2010 by 15 March

Humanist Discussion Group willard.mccarty at mccarty.org.uk
Wed Mar 10 07:25:57 CET 2010

                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 23, No. 691.
         Centre for Computing in the Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: Tue, 9 Mar 2010 09:36:33 +0000
        From: DH2010 <dh2010 at digitalhumanities.org>
        Subject: DH2010: Deadline for ADHO Bursary Applications is March 15th!

Dear DH2010 Participant:

As part of its commitment to promote the development and application
of digital methods in humanities scholarship, each year ADHO awards up
to TEN bursaries to students and young scholars who are members of an
ADHO constituent organization and who have had papers or posters
accepted for presentation at the annual Digital Humanities conference.

The purpose of the bursary is to assist students and young scholars to
attend the annual Digital Humanities conference, to encourage them to
make a contribution to scholarship in the digital humanities, and to
promote the involvement of outstanding young scholars in the
application of information and communications technologies in
humanities research.

Bursaries are intended to cover expenses incurred in attending the
conference (including travel, lodging, the conference fee, and meals
not covered by the conference fee) up to 500 GBP.  A student applicant
must be enrolled for full- or part-time study at a recognized
institution of higher education. To qualify as a "young scholar," an
applicant must be age 30 or less, or otherwise justify consideration
as a new participant in the field.  Both paper and poster submissions
are eligible for consideration. A participant in a multi-authored
submission is eligible for an award if he or she has contributed
substantially to the paper/poster and will take significant part in
its presentation.  Recipients must be individual subscribers to ADHO’s
official print journal, Literary and Linguistic Computing, and thereby
members of one of the constituent organizations. This may be certified
with the subscripton number from the journal wrapper. Uncertified
subscriptions must be resolved before winners are announced.

A review panel will choose award recipients based on the applicants’
submission abstracts, information from the application forms, reviewer
comments, and evaluations as deemed necessary to make a confident
decision.  To apply for a 2010 Bursary, please visit

The Application deadline is March 15.  Winners will be notified before  
April 15, 2010

Matthew L. Jockers
(2010 Bursary Award Committee Chair)

Digital Humanities 2010

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