Job Opportunity: Research/Teaching Fellow in Computational Literary Studies based in TCD Dublin

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The Trinity College Centre for Digital Humanities is recruiting a 2-year post-doctoral fellow with expertise in computational literary studies to join its growing and diverse team. The purpose of this post is to support the development of the LI4AI project, through the delivery of collaborative research in the field of Read More …

Upcoming webinar – “Realising the Critical Digital Humanities”, 21st May

  Prof. Jennifer Edmond, Director of the Centre for Digital Humanities at TCD, will be speaking about “Realising the Critical Digital Humanities” on 21st May at 1pm (Irish time) as part of the International Webinar series from the Seshadripuram Evening Degree College, Bengaluru, India. The International webinar series is part Read More …

DH@TCD April 2021 Newsletter

With details of Dr. Jennifer Edmond’s Provost’s PhD Project Awards, the new DH@TCD promotional video, the launch of the CLS INFRA Project, upcoming events from Human+ and NORF Ireland and more, the April Issue of DH@TCD is crammed full of opportunities.

Provost’s PhD Project Award

The Centre for Digital Humanities at Trinity College Dublin is pleased to announce the availability of one funded PhD position to deliver a thesis project entitled “Language, Culture and the Empowerment Gap of Artificial Intelligence”. The 4-year project, supervised by Dr Jennifer Edmond, has been generously supported by the Trinity Read More …

DH@TCD March 2021 Newsletter

With details of the next UK-Ireland Digital Humanities Network event & community survey, registration for the remaining DH@TCD workshops, links to the recent SHAPE-ID webinar on interdisciplinary infrastructure & the DARIAH-EU Annual Event CfP, there is plenty to keep you entertained in March’s DH@TCD Newsletter: https://mailchi.mp/1b1268d0c264/dhtcd-march-2021-newsletter

DH@TCD February 2021 Newsletter

With details of this semester’s Digital Humanities Workshop Series, the forthcoming Digital Humanities Seminar Series, new digital collections by the Trinity College Dublin Library and events on the subjects of Intersectional Feminist Approaches to the Practice and Reading of Archives and Using Digital Archives for Academic Research, the February issue Read More …