Kahn Digital Humanities Project: Applications for Faculty Fellowships Due October 5
The Kahn Institute is currently accepting applications for Faculty Fellowships in its short-term project “From Hypercities to Big Data and #alt-ac: Debates in the Digital Humanities,” organized by Dana Leibsohn (art) and Helene Visentin (French studies). This three-part project will explore the impact of the digital humanities on research and teaching. The first colloquium will take place on October 25 & 26, opening with a panel discussion including Jeffrey Schnapp of Harvard, Tara McPherson of USC, and Joan Saab of the University of Rochester. For a detailed project description: http://www.smith.edu/kahninstitute/chronicle/fall2012/dh.php. To apply, email the Institute’s Director, Rosetta Cohen, firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, Oct. 5.