The HDW provides opportunities for undergraduate and graduate students to participate in research projects led by Washington University faculty. For information, please email Douglas Knox with a short description of your interest in the program.
The Humanities Digital Workshop invites applications from undergraduate and graduate students at Washington University in St. Louis for its summer fellowships. The fellowships pair students with humanities faculty engaged in digital humanities projects for 8 weeks, during which time students:
Past participants have found it a valuable professional development opportunity. Projects this summer include
The ideal fellow has an interest in the application of technology to the humanities. While the needs of each project are different, typical activities include research and the preparation and preliminary analysis of textual and visual materials. Specialized technical skills are not required, though students with some familiarity with or interest in XSLT, CSS, or web programming may find ways to make use of that knowledge.
The fellowships run from June 3 to July 26 and involve 30 hours of work per week.
To apply, send your CV or résumé and a paragraph-long description of your interest in the digital humanities and in the HDW. Applications or questions can be directed to Doug Knox.
Applications are due by March 1, 2013. PDF is preferred.
See the past fellowships page for information on previous fellowships.