Humanist Archives: Dec. 7, 2021, 8:18 a.m. Humanist 35.390 - fellowships (Cornell); research software engineer (Oxford)
Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 35, No. 390.
Department of Digital Humanities, University of Cologne
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Submit to: firstname.lastname@example.org
 From: Marinella Testori <email@example.com>
Subject: 2022 Fellowships at the Digital Life Initiative, Cornell Tech (28)
 From: Dirk Van Hulle <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: job opportunity: research software engineer (38)
Date: 2021-12-06 23:32:53+00:00
From: Marinella Testori <email@example.com>
Subject: 2022 Fellowships at the Digital Life Initiative, Cornell Tech
[Da: Jessie G Taft, firstname.lastname@example.org]
Cornell Tech's Digital Life Initiative (DLI) invites applications for its
2022 Fellowship class. This year, we are recruiting for two Fellowship
positions: a Technology Law and Policy Fellowship and a Postdoctoral
Research Fellowship. Working alongside and complementing an outstanding,
multidisciplinary community of DLI Postdoctoral Fellows, Doctoral Fellows,
Visitors, and Faculty, new Fellows will pursue research in, and policy
approaches to, a range of urgent topics including but not limited to
privacy and surveillance, platform governance, transparency, content
moderation, algorithmic discrimination, digital political economy,
information control and freedom, fundamental rights, digital inequality,
network regulation, and security.
Read more and apply here:
Applications will be considered beginning on January 15, 2022, until
positions are filled.
Please forward to others who may be interested, and don't hesitate to
contact us at email@example.com<mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org> if
you have any questions about the position.
Jessie G Taft
On behalf of Helen Nissenbaum and the Digital Life Initiative
Date: 2021-12-06 07:56:44+00:00
From: Dirk Van Hulle <email@example.com>
Subject: job opportunity: research software engineer
UNIVERSITY OF OXFORD
FACULTY OF ENGLISH, St Cross Building, St Cross Road, Oxford OX1 3UL.
Research Software Engineer – Editing Beckett: Towards a Bilingual Digital
Genetic Edition of Samuel Beckett's Works (part-time)
Salary: £42,149-£50,296 p.a.
This post will be fixed-term until 28 February 2025, and it is anticipated that
the appointee will start on 1 March 2022 or as soon as possible thereafter.
Applications are invited for a part-time (0.7 FTE) Research Software Engineer to
work with Professor Dirk Van Hulle and his Co-Investigator Dr Mark Nixon on the
project ‘Editing Beckett: Towards a Bilingual Digital Genetic Edition of Samuel
The post holder will be a member of a research team developing a digital genetic
edition of Beckett’s works, and will have particular responsibility for the
assisting with all aspects of digital archiving and editorial work as well as
developing a digital manuscript chronology and facilitating distant reading
The successful candidate will have significant demonstrable experience in
technical management of a digital scholarly edition or text-centred research
project in a Digital Humanities context, experience of developing software for
XML-based resources, and experience with multiple web development languages and
Further particulars (which all applicants must consult) are available at
Research Software Engineer - Editing Beckett (part-time)
Applications (which should include a CV and a supporting statement explaining
your suitability for the post) must be made online via the link above by 12 noon
on Friday 17 December 2021. You will be asked to upload a CV, and supporting
statement. Please ensure all documents are uploaded as PDF files.
Interviews will be held online on in the week commencing 10 January 2022.
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