Editing Modernism in Canada


December 9, 2010

Electronic Textual Cultures Lab at UVic seeks Digital Humanists

The Electronic Textual Cultures Lab at the University of Victoria is about to grow again! In the coming months, we will be actively seeking talented and energetic digital humanists as postdoctoral fellows and research associates/assistants, and to fill alternative academic roles. These opportunities are associated with professional reading and online library research, electronic scholarly editing, textual corpus management and analysis, prototype development, project administration and coordination. We are looking for engaged researchers interested in working on the lab’s ongoing and new work, including the Digital Humanities Summer Institute (http://dhsi.org/) and the Implementing New Knowledge Environments project (http://bit.ly/idaqrJ).

Please let people know, and do check our website at http://etcl.uvic.ca/ for details and position descriptions as they arise.

If you’d like to talk before then, please send [1] a copy of your CV and [2] a cover letter indicating your interest in working with the other digital humanists in the ETCL in the areas we’ve outlined, to Ray Siemens (siemens@uvic.ca). Members of ETCL will be at a number of gatherings over the next 6 weeks, including the MLA in Los Angeles, and we’d be really happy to talk with you. Feel free also to check in with us on Twitter, at #etcl.

All best,

Ray Siemens, Melanie Chernyk, Cara Leitch, Julie Meloni, Jenn Ross, Meagan Timney, and others at the ETCL.

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