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NINES grad fellowships 2009-2010

NINES is looking to appoint graduate fellows for the academic year 2009-2010.

ELEGIBILITY:
UVa graduate students in the Humanities who are engaged in digital research projects related to the long nineteenth century (1770-1922).

DUTIES:

  1. Five hours per week devoted to NINES-related tasks, including software testing, development consultation, content acquisition, and outreach.
  2. Five additional hours per week working your own digital project, with an eye towards its eventual aggregation in NINES.

STIPEND: The NINES fellowships come with a stipend of approximately $8,000/AY.

APPLICATION:
Send a c.v. and a 2-page letter to Prof. Andrew Stauffer and Dana Wheeles (inquiries [at] nines [dot] org) with the following information:

  1. A  description of your project, including its development schedule for the 2009-2010 academic year.
  2. Your experiences and interests with regard to digital technologies.
  3. Your involvement with scholarship in the long nineteenth century.

DEADLINE:  Letters should arrive by April 17, 2009.

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