Skilled in natural language processing (NLP)? Check out the Digital Humanities NLP Specialist position open at Tufts Technology Services: https://tufts.taleo.net/careersection/ext/jobdetail.ftl?job=19001350&lang=en#.XMhZY24eI8I.link
Check out the post from DHNow:
From the CFParticipation:
Torn Apart / Separados (http://xpmethod.plaintext.in/torn-apart/index.html) is inviting contributors and reviewers to help us in the following:
1. Peer review of certain sections of the project, offer feedback on how effectively we articulated the purpose of the project, the experience of undertaking research, the decisions we made while designing data visualizations, site navigation, and the difficult political and ethical choices we made in the process.
Read more here.
Interested in Digital South Asian Studies? Want to learn about digital archaeology, archives, and Buddhism?
Come to “Archiving Hindu Gaya: Sacred Centers in India” on March 27th from 5;30-7:30pm in Cabot 206.
Hear Dr. Abhishek Amar, Assistant Professor Religious Studies at Hamilton College, talk about his digital research projects.
Brought to you by The Center for South Asian and Indian Ocean Studies (CSAIOS), The Department of Religion, and the Archaeology Program.
To learn more, visit the project website.
Want to see musical instruments being 3D printed? Play an Arduino-based theramin? Try out a recording studio? Experience digital historical soundscapes?
Come to ComputeFest: Sound on March 8th from 1:30-3:30 in the Digital Design Studio (DDS)!
Try your hand at sound distortion, explore sound archives and sound visualization tools, and see some student projects from the music engineering minor.
All are welcome!
Contact Annie Swafford (Joanna.email@example.com).
Daniel Jay, Dean of The Sackler School of Graduate Biomedical Sciences, is also an established artist. His recent series, “Gunpowder Archemy,” is made from volatile chemicals. Remaining unmixed on canvas, in their fluid state these chemicals have the potential to cause explosions, speaking to the power of a material being dependent on the hands they are used by.
Dean Jay was one of twenty artists at the Inaugural Tech Art Fair to have their works selected for inclusion in the SciArt Center of New York’s virtual exhibition as part of the Tech Art Fair at the Ontario Science Centre, February 17 and 18th.
Dagomba Dance-Drumming lets users:
- listen to drumming phrases
- see the staff notation
- learn the local language
- read an oral history of each piece
- study an analysis of the music
Want to learn about Digital Humanities? Look for patterns across millions of texts? Digitally annotate a document? Digitally map characters’ travels in novels?
Come to a tech show-and-tell on Monday, Feb. 5th from 12-1 in the Research Hub (Tisch Library, room 224).
Share a digital tool you like, or just show up!
This is our first Digital Humanities Open Officeless Hours event and is open to all Tufts faculty, staff, and students.
Join us and be a part of Tufts’s DH community!
- Feb. 16th (11-12)
- Mar. 5th (12-1)
- Apr. 2nd (12-1)
- Apr. 20th (11-12)