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Visiting Fellowship : The Charles and Joan Alberto Institute at Seton Hall University

Visiting Fellowship   The Charles and Joan Alberto Institute at Seton Hall University is pleased to announce the availability of two Visiting Fellowships for the academic year of 2017-18, one in the Fall semester and the other in the Spring.  These fellowships aim at providing scholars in Italian Studies with the opportunity to live and do research for a period up to one month in the New York/New Jersey area and to be part of the Italian Studies community at Seton Hall University. The two fellowships are designed to bring here one candidate at the end of his/her doctorate or at the early stage of his/her post-doctorate experience, while the second fellowship is open to candidates at a more advanced stage of their career. We welcome candidates from any geographic areas who are eager to share their scholarship with our students, faculty, and the members of our Italian Studies Institute. Seton Hall University is located in South Orange, NJ, not far from major libraries in New York City and…

Five College Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Digital Humanities and Blended Learning

Five College Post-Doctoral Fellowship in Digital Humanities and Blended Learning The Five College Consortium, with generous support from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, invites applications for a postdoctoral fellowship in Digital Humanities and Blended Learning beginning in the academic year 2017-18. The term of the fellowship is for one year with possibility of renewal for a second year. The position will be based at one of the consortium's associated institutions (Amherst, Hampshire, Mount Holyoke, and Smith colleges and the University of Massachusetts Amherst). The fellow will be paired with research and teaching mentors in closely related fields and will be an active participant in ongoing projects engaging faculty members across the campuses who are bringing digital approaches and materials to bear on teaching and student research in the humanities or humanistic social sciences through blended approaches. A home campus and department(s) will be assigned based on the fellow’s…

Cfp: Disrupting Mainstream History: Memory Keeping, Storytelling, and Community Archives Track.

CALL FOR PROPOSALS
Attend the Allied Media Conference on June 15-18, 2017 in Detroit, MI! Registration now open at <https://www.alliedmedia.org/amc/register>
Deadline to propose is March 12.
Disrupting Mainstream History: Memory Keeping, Storytelling, and Community Archives Track. The Disrupting Mainstream History Track will explore how to produce, retain, preserve, and reuse community stories in support of efforts for justice, liberation, and social good...Topics may include models for community archives, indigenous frameworks of preservation, remixing archival material for creative use, open-source DIY archiving solutions [and beyond]. Together we can help disrupt the silences and erasures found in mainstream history.
Full description, the official Call for Proposals, and details about the submission process is here. Source: Rachel, Eliza, Cory, Caroline, Ayshea, and Itza Disrupting Mainstream History Track Coordinators Cory Fischer-Hoffman
Post-Doctoral Fellow of the Mellon Digital H…