The Humanities Computing Job Market

panel / roundtable
  1. 1. Allen Renear

    Brown University

  2. 2. Robin Cover

    Organization for the Advancement of Structured Information Standards {OASIS}

  3. 3. Julia Flanders

    Brown University

  4. 4. Lorna Hughes

    New York University

  5. 5. Matthew Kirschenbaum

    University of Kentucky

  6. 6. Wendell Piez

    Mulberry Technologies, Inc.

  7. 7. Geoffrey Rockwell

    McMaster University

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The panelists will assess the current state of the humanities computing job market in both the academy (including faculty as well as other kinds of academic positions) and in industry. Topics will include the relationship between the job market and the ways in which humanities computing as a specialization or field is being conceptualized and institutionalized; what kinds of jobs there are now and what kinds of jobs there are likely to be more of in the future; what applicants can do to make themselves marketable in humanities computing; and what hiring committees or companies can do to attract humanities degree-holders who have advanced skills in computing and digital media. Special attention will be given to the role that the ACH can play in preparing graduate students for industry and academic careers in humanities computing.

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Conference Info

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Hosted at University of Glasgow

Glasgow, Scotland, United Kingdom

July 21, 2000 - July 25, 2000

104 works by 187 authors indexed

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Series: ALLC/EADH (27), ACH/ICCH (20), ACH/ALLC (12)

Organizers: ACH, ALLC

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  • Language: English
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