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This week's dh+lib Review: September 23 - October 6

  • 1.  This week's dh+lib Review: September 23 - October 6

    Posted Oct 07, 2021 06:21 PM

    This week's review posts are now available!
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    This issue of dh+lib Review posts are now available. Many thanks to Editors-At-Large, Lisa Bonifacic, Carla Brooks, Colleen Farry, Tierney Gleason, Rachel N Hogan, Jennifer Matthews, Robin Miller, Ingrid Reich, Isabel Soto-Luna, Rekesha Spellman, Mark Szarko, and Kristen Totleben.

    Warm fall wishes,
    Linsey and Caitlin

    Linsey Ford (she/her/hers)
    Interim Scholarly Communications Librarian
    University of Houston-Clear Lake

    Caitlin Christian-Lamb (she/her/hers)
    PhD candidate
    University of Maryland

    RESOURCE: Disorientation Guide to Librarianship

    Violet B. Fox (World Intellectual Property Organization) has published the Disorientation Guide to Librarianship on her website. The zine is: ... a compilation zine created by 23 contributors and published in October 2021. The zine is designed to be an accessible resource for people who are unfamiliar with structural oppression and injustice in librarianship. It is intended to be a critique ...

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    EVENT: Seminar Series: Digital Humanities and Materiality

    A seminar series: Digital Humanities and Materiality, organized by Gabriel Brooks and Rada Varga, will take place from autumn 2021–spring 2022. "The series will present a range of discussions around material culture and the research possibilities offered by digital methods and approaches." Sessions for Autumn 2021 include: Tuesday October 19, 2021, 16:00 GMT: Andrew Reinhard (New York University), Mapping the ...

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    CFP: Scholarly Editing Volume 40

    Scholarly Editing has released a call for contributions for volume 40 of the journal, inspired by: The essays published in Indigenous Textual Cultures: Reading and Writing in the Age of Global Empire (2020) and in The Digital Black Atlantic (2021) emphasize the impacts of decolonial scholarship worldwide, and we are grateful to editors Tony Ballantyne, Lachy Paterson, Angela Wanhalla, Roopika Risam, and Kelly Baker ...

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    OPPORTUNITY: Connecting Communities Digital Initiative (CCDI) Grant

    The Connecting Communities Digital Initiative (CCDI) has recently announced three new grant opportunities with awards ranging from $50,000 to $150,000. The three different categories for award include: higher education; library, archives, and museums grant; and a program for an artist or scholar in residence. Higher Education grant: open to two-year and four-year minority-serving higher education institutions such as Alaska Native ...

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    JOB: Digital Initiatives Librarian (University of Alabama)

    From the announcement: The University of Alabama Libraries seeks a creative, forward-thinking professional to serve as Digital Initiatives Librarian within the W.S. Hoole Special Collections Library and the A.S. Williams III Americana Collection. Through its Strategic Plan, the University of Alabama Libraries is committed to providing leadership in the areas of digital preservation of rare and historical materials and the ...

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    JOB: Head of Digital Scholarship (University of Oklahoma)

    From the announcement: The University of Oklahoma Libraries seeks to recruit a Head of Digital Scholarship. This position will engage with campus entities to identify innovative and evolving digital tools and resources that advance scholarly investigation, while building upon the traditional cornerstones of research methodologies in the arts, humanities, and social sciences disciplines. The Head of Digital Scholarship will collaborate ...

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    JOB: Digital Scholarship Librarian (University of Tennessee Knoxville)

    From the announcement: The University of Tennessee Knoxville (UTK), a Research 1 institution and the flagship institution for the state, is seeking an enthusiastic and highly motivated individual to join the collaborative and innovative Scholars' Collaborative team at the University Libraries. The City of Knoxville is a hidden gem with a beautiful and walkable downtown, varied nightlife, active neighborhoods, and eclectic ...

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    JOB: Open Scholarship Librarian (Syracuse University)

    From the announcement: The Open Scholarship Librarian is a critical member of the Libraries' Digital and Open Scholarship Team, situated within the Department of Research and Scholarship. The Open Scholarship Librarian will collaborate with internal and external partners to create and maintain policies and workflows relating to publishing and dissemination of scholarship. This role involves shared responsibility for the SURFACE repository, ...

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