Nuts and Bolts, Thursday at 4:00

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Dear All, After a wonderful run last year, the ETCL Nuts & Bolts of Digital Humanities sessions are back! This group offers an informal discussion of the day-to-day challenges of working on humanities computing projects. Last year’s sessions included discussion of starting DH projects, crediting digital and collaborative work, and considering the long-term future of […]

March 13th, 3:30pm – Nuts and Bolts: The Pleasures and Perils of Starting a DH Project

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The ETCL team is pleased to announce the next Nuts and Bolts meeting. Professor Janelle Jenstad, general editor of the Map of Early Modern London, will guide our conversation.  She will lead us through a discussion of the process of starting and refining a Digital Humanities project, and has generously agreed to take all our […]

Digital Scholarship Fellowships (2017-2018) in the ETCL!

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The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab (ETCL) at the University of Victoria is offering Digital Scholarship Fellowships for the 2017-2018 academic year. Digital Scholarship Fellowships support graduate students, postdoctoral fellows, new and visiting scholars at UVic, as well as staff, faculty, and librarians making substantial use of digital and or / social knowledge creation methods to […]

School of Digital Humanities? A discussion (+ Presentation by Brent Nelson)

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Hi Folks, You might recall that, over the past several years, ETCL has not only sponsored a number of conferences, events, and the activities of a number of discussions groups (these, in particular, engaging activities of some 50 researchers at and outside of UVic; see http://etcl.uvic.ca/events-and-activities/), but has also led a series of cumulative, targeted […]

ETCL Visiting Speaker Series

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ETCL is accepting nominations of leading figures and emerging leaders in the digital humanities to its visiting speaker series for the 2012-13 academic year. To nominate a visiting speaker, before 15 April 2012 please send a proposal to etcl.discussion@gmail.com of no more than one page that includes [1] the name, affiliation, and chief accomplishments in […]