2023-24 JHI-CDHI Postdoctoral Fellowship
The Critical Digital Humanities Initiative (CDHI) builds research and teaching strengths at the University of Toronto through programming, mentorship, and advocacy. CDHI defines digital humanities broadly, to include both critical praxis and the analysis of digitality. At the University of Toronto, Critical Digital Humanities foregrounds creative praxis, co-creation, public engagement, and community-based research.
The JHI-CDHI DH Postdoctoral Fellow will have an established track record in their own discipline and/or the digital humanities. They will pursue their own research while at UofT, while working to foster the Critical Digital Humanities Initiative.
The JHI-CDHI DH Postdoctoral Fellow will draw upon their disciplinary expertise and upon training provided by the JHI, CDHI, and UofT Libraries to connect and strengthen DH projects across the tricampus university. Specifically, depending on their own skillset and research interests, the JHI DH Postdoctoral Fellow will spend 15 hours per week as a member of the CDHI Executive Team.
While working with the CDHI, the Fellow will also be part of the JHI scholarly community and will participate in weekly JHI fellows lunches every Thursday from the beginning of September to the first week of May.
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