Are you interested in doing innovative humanities research in Canadian Studies, English, Linguistics, and Religion? Would you like to learn digital technologies and methods for research, analysis, and storytelling?
Digital Humanities Teams Research is a research opportunity, to be carried out in the form of an independent study in the Fall term (September-December 2018): up to two excellent undergraduates will join faculty research projects with a strong Digital Humanities component. Within these projects, undergraduate students will conduct original research in collaboration with faculty and graduate researchers. Read more to learn which projects are participating, and what work you might do.
This opportunity counts for a half-course (H) credit in the relevant program or department (that is, in Canadian Studies, English, Linguistics, and Religion). It also counts as a half-course (H) credit towards the Woodsworth College Digital Humanities Minor.
Learn more: https://goo.gl/v6juLd
How to Apply:
1) Fill out this form, detailing your interest and preparation: https://goo.gl/forms/gjMWxSWtL3TaRdvA3
2) Email your paragraph and your UofT transcript, with DHTR Application in the subject line, to course coordinator Prof. Alexandra Bolintineanu at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Deadline: August 20, 2018