Category Archives: News

News: Europeana Open Culture app now bigger and better

By sbrennan | January 23, 2014

The second release of the Europeana Open Culture app brings enhanced functionality, new content and a more user-friendly layout. The app is available in seven languages (English, German, French, Spanish, Dutch, Bulgarian, and Swedish) and for all Apple and Android tablets. Read full post here.

CFP: Beautiful Data: A Summer Institute for Telling Stories With Open Art Collections

By sbrennan | January 23, 2014

Beautiful Data: A Summer Institute for Telling Stories With Open Art Collections, June 16 — June 27, 2014. Sponsored by the Getty Foundation, the institute will introduce participants to the “concepts and skills necessary to make use of open collections to develop art-historical storytelling through data visualization, interactive media, enhanced curatorial description and exhibition practice, digital […]

Job: Digital Humanities Center – Associate Director, Princeton University Library

By lmrhody | January 15, 2014

Princeton University seeks an innovative leader to help build a nationally significant faculty research center that will support collaborative technology-based projects and will foster and develop inter-disciplinary and trans-disciplinary partnerships. This individual will work closely with the Faculty Director and advisory board to develop and support the infrastructure and intellectual community of the Digital Humanities […]

CFPapers: The Texas Digital Humanities Consortium

By lmrhody | January 15, 2014

The 1st annual Texas Digital Humanities Conference welcomes submissions for twenty-minute individual papers and poster presentations for a conference on the theme of networks in the humanities. Find the full announcement here.

Call for Applications: 2014 Native American Library Services Basic and Enhancement Grants

By wwnow | January 15, 2014

The Native American Library Services Basic Grants program provides noncompetitive multiyear grants of approximately $6,000- $7,000 to federally recognized tribes to support core library services, such as buying library materials, funding salaries and training, and providing Internet connectivity and computers. Enhancement grants, of up to $150,000 with terms of up to two years, are available […]

Register now for Europeana Cloud Plenary

By lmrhody | January 15, 2014

All Europeana Cloud partners are invited to attend the first Europeana Cloud Plenary! As the project is coming up to its first birthday, it’s time for all of the work packages and partners to get together to assess where we are, what we’ve achieved and what is still yet to come. Organised by the Europeana […]

Announcements: Historypin Northeast Stops

By lmrhody | November 19, 2013

.entry-header I’ll be giving some talks and workshops next week across the Northeastern US, hope you can come out to hear about the latest in Historypin developments and share your Historypin projects with us!   .entry-meta Continue Reading “Historypin Northeast Stops.” 

Conference: Singapore Biennale 2013

By lmrhody | November 19, 2013

Against a backdrop of past and continuous change in Southeast Asia, artists have been reflecting, mediating, envisioning, and making propositions. If The World Changed, the title of the 4th Singapore Biennale (26 October – 16 February), is an invitation to artists to respond to and reconsider the worlds we live in, and the worlds we […]

Conference: Networks and regulation seminar

By lmrhody | November 19, 2013

A fascinating set of papers is announced for this year’s “Networks and regulation” seminar series held in Paris and organised by Claire Lemercier, Emmanuel Lazega and Julien Brailly. If you are in Paris during any one of these dates then do attend these talks, some great speakers in there. Continue reading about “Networks and regulation […]