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Digital Scholarship Fellowships – LLILAS Benson Digital Scholarship

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Check out this amazing fellowship opportunity which provides a stipend to pursue research or teaching interests in Latin American, U.S. Latinx, African Diaspora, or Indigenous Studies remotely using the Benson Latin American Collection’s digitized holdings and digital methods/platforms. Application deadline is Friday, November 5, 2021 Read more and apply here: Digital Scholarship Fellowships – LLILAS …

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Digital Research Infrastructure Awards

Create a web presence for your digital project! The Graduate Center Library and GC Digital Initiatives are happy to announce that we are continuing our pilot program to support student digital scholarship: one year of free access to hosting on a web server, along with your choice of domain name! Successful applicants will receive a 1-year Professional …

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Visualizing Objects, Places, and Spaces: A Digital Project Handbook

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Submit a Case Study or Assignment Next Review Date: September 30, 2021 Are you working on a research project or course assignment that fits one or more of our project types? We’re looking for new examples to add to our case study and assignment showcases. Learn more. Submissions are reviewed quarterly. What are the essential …

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Post-Incarceration Humanities Partnership Grant – Humanities New York

Request for Proposals  Humanities New York, a public humanities organization with a 40-year  history of creating, supporting, and sustaining civic dialogue and community engagement, is offering a partnership grant opportunity for New York State-based non-profit organizations that currently serve 1) individuals who are going through the process of societal  reentry after a period of incarceration, …

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Who Benefits from Health Misinformation?

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The insightful blog post from Data & Society: Points draws attention towards the harmful effects of health misinformation that circulates on social media and the internet. The author explores how minsinformation regarding the COVID-19 pandemic created an online information ecosystem that eroded trust in health experts and institutions. Read more: Who Benefits from Health Misinformation?

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Remember When You Could See Inside a Gaming Console?

The thought-provoking article from Wired discusses the translucent design of older video game consoles to provide an insight into gaming culture. Translucency allowed intrepid gamers to look inside their consoles, which enabled a culture of creative console modification and repair. The author notes that current generation consoles have sharply diverged from the aesthetics of translucency …

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