It’s that time again – NINES is accepting applications for graduate fellows in the 2011-2012 school year.
UVa graduate students in English, History, or Art History with an interest in creating digital scholarship related to the long nineteenth century (1770-1922), British or American.
10 hours/week, September 2011 – June 2012:
- Five hours per week devoted to NINES-related tasks, including software testing, development consultation, content acquisition, and outreach.
- Five hours per week working on your own digital research project. This can involve basic training in digital scholarly methods if you are a beginner.
Exact amounts have not yet been determined for the coming year; NINES fellowships pay an hourly wage comparable to other graduate positions at UVA.
Send a c.v. and a 2-page letter to inquiries [at] nines [dot] org including the following information:
- A description of your research project, including its development schedule for the 2011-2012 academic year.
- Your experiences and interests with regard to digital technologies.
- Your involvement with scholarship in the long nineteenth century.
- Your teaching or other work commitments for the academic year.
Letters should arrive by April 11, 2011.
Email Andy Stauffer, Director (ams4k [at] virginia [dot] edu) or Dana Wheeles, Project Manager: (dana [at] nines [dot] org).