[Humanist] 29.713 fellowships, Rutgers-Camden Center

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                 Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 29, No. 713.
            Department of Digital Humanities, King's College London
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        Date: Mon, 15 Feb 2016 17:22:42 +0000
        From: Jim Brown <jim.brown at rutgers.edu>
        Subject: Rutgers-Camden Digital Studies Center Fellows Program

Digital Studies Fellowships
Rutgers-Camden Digital Studies Center

Each year, the Rutgers-Camden Digital Studies Center invites applications for Digital Studies Fellowships <https://digitalstudies.camden.rutgers.edu/fellows-application/>. Fellows commit to teaching one course in the Digital Studies Certificate program while also spending a semester doing research. The DSC welcomes applications from those both within and outside of Rutgers University-Camden. Residency is not required, and fellows can propose online courses. Fellows have the option of teaching and conducting research in a single semester or may elect to split their activities between semesters in an academic year. Applications for the 2016-17 academic year are due February 24, 2016.

Fellows are required to attend monthly meetings, either in person or virtually, in which they workshop research projects with the Director, the Associate Director, and other fellows. In addition, each fellow will deliver a research presentation to the Rutgers-Camden community.

The Digital Studies Center is an interdisciplinary, collaborative research, development, and education center. The DSC helps kick-start, facilitate, support, and promote projects that are made possible by the convergence of digital technologies with the humanities as well as the arts, natural, and social sciences. The nature of digital studies and the DSC is one of collaboration, so it is our goal to bring faculty and students together across disciplines to work side-by-side. DSC Projects result in theoretical, critical, and practical forms. Furthermore, we offer programming in the form of workshops and project presentations. The DSC also offers a Certificate in Digital Humanities to undergraduates of Rutgers-Camden.

For more information contact Jim Brown at jb1343 at scarletmail.rutgers.edu<mailto:jb1343 at scarletmail.rutgers.edu>.

DSC Fellows Application: https://digitalstudies.camden.rutgers.edu/fellows-application/

James J. Brown, Jr.
Rutgers University-Camden
Assistant Professor of English
Director, Digital Studies Center

Fine Arts Building
Room 213

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