We have a limited number of bursaries available for students, early career researchers and people currently working in a gallery, library or museum. All bursaries cover the registration fee for the Summer School; some may also cover accommodation and offer a contribution towards travel expenses.
Bursary holders should be one or more of the following:
· a doctoral, MPhil, masters’ or undergraduate student in full-time or part-time education, or
· an early-career researcher in a higher or further education institution not more than 3 years past receipt of their PhD (i.e. passed the viva examination in July 2020 or later) or
· someone currently working in a gallery, library or museum
Applicants are required to provide:
· a short statement of their intended use of digital techniques in their area of research and the benefits they expect from attending DHOxSS 2023. (Max 250 words.)
· a statement on how they would share what they have learned at the summer school within their institution or the wider Digital Humanities community eg a blog, workshop, presentation, report, social media posts or podcast/video.
· preference will be given by the judging panel to applicants who demonstrate the most benefit from attending and the most effective dissemination methods.
Applicants will be notified of the judges' decision in the week commencing 13 March 2023 and you will then need to register within a short, specified time. You should therefore provide an email address where you can be contacted at that time.
By accepting a bursary you will be deemed to have agreed to:
· write a report or blog post about your experiences and learning at the Summer School, for publication by DHOxSS, by Friday 11 August 2023
· use social media platforms such as Twitter or Instagram to report on your experience during the Summer School
· your name, affiliation, and bursary application content being used in publicity by DHOxS
For full eligibility criteria and to apply, click the link below.
In-person workshop strands available:
· An Introduction to Digital Humanities
· Applied Data Analysis
· Digital Cultural Heritage
· Digital Musicology
· From Text to Tech
· Humanities Data
· Linked Data for Digital Humanities
· Introduction to the Text Encoding Initiative
· When Archives Become Digital