DH Fellows Application
Each semester, the Digital Humanities Lab appoints one or more Digital Humanities Fellows to assist with courses that have a strong digital humanities component. These positions provide semester-long support for graduate students to engage with DH methods and theories in a classroom setting. DHLab staff will work with Fellows to design DH assignments, arrange access to electronic content, and provide specialized technical training. Visit the DH Fellows page to learn about our current recipients and their courses!
- PhD students with a teaching requirement to fulfill are encouraged to apply. Seventh-year students may also be considered.
- No previous experience in digital humanities is necessary — willingness to learn is.
- Undergraduate, mixed, and graduate courses are eligible.
- Graduate students should pre-arrange to work with a faculty member on a specific course.
Application (please compile responses as a PDF)
Applicants should email a PDF to the firstname.lastname@example.org that includes the:
- Name and department of the applicant
- Name and department of the faculty instructor
- Name and number(s) of the course
- Brief description of the DH methods/tools that you anticipate integrating into the course and why
- Statement of your familiarity with the proposed DH methods/tools
Note: students at all levels of DH experience, including none, are eligible.
- Estimated enrollment of the course
- DH Fellows retain standard benefits associated with their graduate student status.
- DH Fellows are appointed as a Part-Time Acting Instructor (PTAI) within the Graduate School of Arts and Sciences.
- Estimated hours of work are 15-20 hours per week.
- Compensation will follow the standard Graduate School rate commensurate with a 15-20 hour per week assignment.
The application cycle for Fall 2017 is now open. Applications are due via email to the DHLab by Monday, April 3. Applicants will be notified of a decision within a couple weeks of the deadline.
General questions, expressions of interest, and requests to meet should also be emailed to the DHLab.