Erik Champion

Interactive History & Digital Culture

call: 6 month TRAME Fellowship in Digital Humanities – Florence

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TRAME Fellowship in Digital Humanities Funded by the Zeno Karl Schnindler Foundation, 6 months in Florence!

The Lab. activities – promoting the interoperability of scholarly resources and exploring the possibilities that digital tools and methods offer for innovative research in Digital History, Digital Literature, Digital Philology etc. – are linked to the development of the TRAME initiative (http://www.trame.fefonlus.it) that is part of major international DH projects, such as CENDARI (http://www.cendari.eu) and PARTHENOS (http://www.parthenos-project.eu).

Fellows will develop a critical understanding of digital technologies and research in the arts and humanities, as well as first-hand experience in how to do Digital Humanities, through a very strong practical component including the concrete creation of digital resources and tools for the study of specific disciplines, within a network of scholars and other professionals linked to the DARIAH-ERIC (www.dariah.eu) initiatives, such as the Medeivalist’s Sources Working Group (www.medievalistsources.eu).

The grant will allow to spend a period of 6 (six) months in Florence, at the SISMEL Digital and Multimedia Lab., seeking the development agenda of the TRAME project, with a monthly stipend of 2,500 Swiss francs (CHF).

Link to DARIAH website for call. Applications due 1 June to start in September.

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One thought on “call: 6 month TRAME Fellowship in Digital Humanities – Florence

  1. Reblogged this on Digital Heritage Interpretation and commented:
    Copied from Prof Eric’s blog …….. ……. …… 🙂

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