Humanist Archives: Jan. 19, 2023, 6:37 a.m. Humanist 36.349 - European Summer University (Leipzig)
Humanist Discussion Group, Vol. 36, No. 349.
Department of Digital Humanities, University of Cologne
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Date: 2023-01-18 12:40:23+00:00
From: Europaeische Sommeruniversitaet-Kulturen und Technologien <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Subject: ESU Call for hosting proposals
THE EUROPEAN SUMMER UNIVERSITY IN DIGITAL HUMANITIES, hosted by the
University of Leipzig from 2009 to 2022, is NOW ACCEPTING BIDS FROM
NEW EUROPEAN HOSTS FOR 2023 AND BEYOND.
The ESU offers instructional opportunities for students and
practitioners in the digital humanities to pursue a wide range of
quantitative and qualitative methods in a collective working
environment that includes cultural outings, communal meals and
significant participant interaction.
Taught by a network of outstanding international scholars and guided
by a scientific committee which embeds its activities within a broader
alliance of digital humanities organizations and centers, the ESU is
multilingual and multicultural in its outlook.
The ESU welcomes all, regardless of nationality, gender, religion,
race, sexual expression, or technical level, through a peer reviewed
application process and robust financial support for students.
It is our hope that future iterations of the European Summer
University will continue to reflect the broad curricular range of
those past by fostering and further developing its community and
leveraging the wealth of its excellent existing instructor pool and
creating new instructional opportunities. For more information on past
iterations of the ESU, its courses, and its participants, potential
hosts may refer to https://esu.fdhl.info/ and https://esu.culintec.de/.
INTERESTED INSTITUTIONS MAY EXPRESS THEIR INTEREST BY PROVIDING
MATERIALS OUTLINED IN THE SUBMISSION FORM
https://forms.gle/Kr7mqv7fWM5cdtfw6 BY FEBRUARY 20, 2023.
All submissions will be reviewed by the ESU Evaluative Committee:
Alejandro Bia, Peter Bell, Jason Boyd, Elisabeth Burr (ex-officio),
Carol Chiodo, Gimena Delrio Riande, Simone Rebora, Peter Robinson, Ray
Siemens, Toma Tasovac, Giovanni Vitale, and David Joseph Wrisley.
FOR MORE INFORMATION AND TO SUBMIT YOUR PROPOSAL:
CAROL CHIODO, Ph.D.
/Librarian for Collections and Digital Scholarship | Americas, Europe,
and Oceania Division (AEOD)/
https://library.harvard.edu/staff/carol-chiodo profile --->
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