We invite applications for a Fellowship which will support a short period of research into any topic and in any field of study, using the Centre for Digital Scholarship of the Bodleian Libraries.
Fellowships will be awarded for a period of 3 months. We will appoint two Fellows in this round of applications.
About the Fellowships
The Gale Scholar Asia Pacific, Digital Humanities Oxford Fellowships are named after Gale, a Cengage company, who have generously funded these fellowships. Gale is a world-leader in the digitisation of historic materials through its Gale Primary Sources programme.
Data from more than 160 million pages of these collections can be mined and analysed in the Gale Digital Scholar Lab, a cloud-based digital humanities environment. Fellows will have privileged access to Gale Primary Sources, the Gale Digital Scholar Lab, and support from members of the Gale team as part of their Fellowship. Applications are encouraged from active scholars conducting their work in the Asia Pacific region (see terms and eligibility) and should be focused on methodologies and subjects relating to digital humanities. However, applications may be considered from outside the Asia Pacific region.
Fellows will become Short-Term Visiting Fellows at Jesus College, benefits of which include:
- Lunch and dinner at the College’s expenses for the duration of your Fellowship, except when the kitchens are closed
- Membership of the Senior Common Room, free of charge
- Use of the Fellows’ Resources Room, which provides networked computers, printers, and photocopiers
- Use of the working and reading space in the College’s beautiful 17th-century Fellows’ Library, with use of Wi-Fi, and use of the Meyricke Library
Please note that a Short-Term Visiting Fellowship does not carry with it membership of Governing Body and that College accommodation is not offered.
The application deadline for the academic year 2022 – 2023 is 12pm noon on 7 March 2022.