[Humanist] 27.815 postdocs at King's College London; job at CUNY Graduate Center
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Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 27, No. 815.
Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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 From: "Matthew K. Gold" <mattgold at gmail.com> (50)
Subject: Job: Digital Humanities Coordinator, Full-Time (Graduate
 From: "Rampton, Ben" <ben.rampton at kcl.ac.uk> (5)
Subject: 2 post-doc positions on ERC Life Writing & digital media
project at King's
Date: Fri, 21 Feb 2014 16:22:45 -0500
From: "Matthew K. Gold" <mattgold at gmail.com>
Subject: Job: Digital Humanities Coordinator, Full-Time (Graduate Center, CUNY)
The Graduate Center of the City University of New York (CUNY), a
doctorate-granting institution of CUNY, is devoted to advancing original
research and training graduate students in over 31 fields in the
humanities, social sciences, and sciences.
We are seeking a Digital Humanities Manager to help coordinate and expand a
growing set of digital initiatives at the Graduate Center aimed at
fostering new work that integrates digital tools and methods into the core
research and teaching missions of the institution. We build community
platforms, visualize cultural patterns in social media, explore new forms
of the book, host a DH speaker series, help graduate students expand the
integration of technology and pedagogy, foster transformation on issues of
social justice, and collaborate with digital fellows on exciting digital
Based in the Provost's Office and reporting to the Advisor to the Provost
for Digital Initiatives, the Digital Humanities Manager will join an
institution with strong and clear support for digital initiatives and will
be part of an enthusiastic and collaborative community of faculty members,
students, and staff working together to explore new DH projects and
* Manage the preparation and submission of more than three new grant
proposals per year and maintain the management of successfully funded
* Manage administration of the GC Digital Praxis Seminar, which introduces
new doctoral and master's students at the GC to DH texts, projects, and
* Work with the GC Digital Fellows Program and the Provost's Digital
Innovation Grants program, managing the arrangement of workshops to help
students improve their skills.
* Maintain the management of the GC Digital Scholarship Lab and related
* Serve as a liaison to academic programs, centers, and institutes
partnered with GC Digital Initiatives.
* Maintain the management of the CUNY Digital Humanities Initiative.
* Manage initiatives associated with digital initiatives that are part of
the Graduate Center's Performance Management Process.
* May supervise support staff.
Matthew K. Gold, Ph.D.
Executive Officer, M.A. Program in Liberal Studies
Associate Professor of English & Digital Humanities
City Tech & Graduate Center, City University of New York
http://mkgold.net | @mkgold
Date: Sat, 22 Feb 2014 07:04:54 +0000
From: "Rampton, Ben" <ben.rampton at kcl.ac.uk>
Subject: 2 post-doc positions on ERC Life Writing & digital media project at King's
King’s College London is advertising two postdoctoral positions (of 3 years and 5 years) to work on a new collaborative research project in Life Writing and digital media, funded by the European Research Council. It is called Ego-media: The impact of new media on forms and practices of self-presentation’, and is being led by Professor Max Saunders, the Director of the Arts and Humanities Research Institute. He will be joined by his Co-Director of the Centre for Life-Writing Research, Professor Clare Brant, and two other King’s academics: Alexandra Georgakopoulou, Professor of Discourse Analysis & Sociolinguistics at the Centre for Language, Discourse & Communication, and Professor Leone Ridsdale, from the Institute of Psychiatry. The project’s steering group also includes colleagues from Culture Media and Creative Industries, Digital Humanities, French, Medical Humanities, Medical Sociology, War Studies, and Education.
The project aims to study the impact of new media on autobiographical narratives – an impact that is increasing as habits and practices of self-presentation evolve rapidly in response to constantly fast-changing technology. It will consider the implications of these new forms and practices for such notions as autobiography, selfhood, subjectivity, individuality, self-intelligibility, agency, creativity, privacy, and sociability.
The closing date for applications is the 11th March. For further details of how to apply please see:
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