Six international postdoctoral positions in the digital humanities are
now available at HUMlab, Umea University, Sweden from September 1, 2010
(January 2011 may also be a possibility, please indicate if this is your
The call is open, but 1-3 positions may be allocated to the areas of
‘media places’, ‘archeological landscape visualization’, and ‘internet
and religion’. There are no teaching requirements associated with any of
HUMlab is an internationally recognized center for the humanities and
information technology. Much of the work takes place in a 5,300 square
feet studio space at the center of the university and in different kinds
of digital and hybrid environments. HUMlab is based on a double
affiliation model where much of the work is done in close collaboration
with the humanities (or other) departments. HUMlab offers an open,
friendly, creative and intellectually rich milieu for doing work in the
humanities and information technology.
The fellowships are for one year. Applications should include a
description of an envisioned postdoctoral year-long project.
Call announcement: http://blog.humlab.umu.se/?p=3D3D1882
Deadline: May 20, 2010.