New Visiting Fellowships
Gale Scholar Asia Pacific, Digital Humanities Oxford Fellowship
Gale Scholar Asia Pacific, Digital Humanities Oxford Fellowship. This Fellowship 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.
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 160M 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*, and should be focused in methodologies and subjects relating to digital humanities. However, applications may be considered from outside the Asia Pacific region.
Application deadline for the academic year 2020-2021 is 12 noon on 11 September 2020
Applications for the Gale Scholar Asia Pacific, Digital Humanities Oxford Fellowships are now open.
Working in association with our colleagues at IT Services and The Oxford Research Centre for the Humanities (TORCH), we run occasional workshops, many of which emerge from DHOxSS. If you have an unmet training need, please get in touch.
Past training workshops
- Introduction to Visualization in Digital Scholarship
- Reborn Digital: text, transmission, and technology
Judith Siefring and Pip Willcox
- Linked Data for Digital Scholarship: introducing the Semantic Web
- ORA Workshop: discovery and digital curation of scholarly output
Sarah Barkla, F Eugenio Barrio-Madias, Jason Partridge, Juliet Ralph, David Tomkins
- What am I? Rare Books Discovery and Metadata Augmentation Workshop
Lucy Evans, Sarah Wheale, and Pip Willcox
- Maker Fayre: Engaging audiences with Early English data—a hackathon training session
Iain Emsley, Oxford e-Research Centre and Liz McCarthy, Bodleian Libraries
- Framing Digital Objects within Context and Provenance
Neil Jefferies, Bodleian Libraries