Below is a listing of CHCI news and announcments.
The 2017 Annual Meeting of the Consortium for Humanities Centers and Institutes will include presentations from renowned artists Issac Julien and William Kentridge as well as curator Alya Sebti. Julien will deliver the inaugural Srinivas Aravamudan Lecture.
CHCI's membership dues have been unchanged since at least 2007. During this period, CHCI has become a truly international organization that represents humanities centers and institutes, while also generating and actively supporting new areas of research in the humanities. At its most recent meeting, the CHCI International Advisory Board approved new membership fees, beginning at $200.
The Centre for Research in the Arts, Social Sciences, and Humanities (CRASSH), based at Cambridge University, has been awarded $50,000 to host a Summer Institute on Chinese Studies and Global Humanities on the theme of China in a Global World War Two.
The transition of CHCI’s operations from Duke University to the University of Wisconsin-Madison reached a milestone with the addition of new CHCI staff at UW-Madison Center for the Humanities.
We will dedicate the 2016 Annual Meeting in London to his vision and his memory.
Travel subventions are available for new digital scholars to attend DH2016 in Kraków and participate in a special preconference. Applications are due by April 15. Click here to read more.
CHCI is pleased to announce the Call for Proposals for the second of three Summer Institutes in Chinese Studies and Global Humanities funded by the Chiang Ching-Kuo Foundation for International Scholarly Exchange (CCKF) and CHCI.
CHCI is pleased to announce the winner of the first CCKF-CHCI award to support a summer institute in Chinese Studies and Global Humanities. The winning proposal was submitted by the Institute for Advanced Study at the University of Minnesota, directed by Jennifer Gunn. Entitled “Grasping Water: Rivers and Human Systems in China, Africa, and North America,” the summer institute will be directed jointly by Professor Ann Waltner of the Department of History, University of Minnesota, and Professor Ruth Mostern, Director of the Center for the Humanities at the University of California-Merced.
This is the last of four blog posts on the New Scholars’ Seminar (NSS) sponsored by centerNet, CHCI, and the University of Western Sydney (UWS). It took place at UWS just preceding the DH2015 conference.
This is the second in a series of posts in which I have attempted to share some notes on the New Scholars’ Seminar co-sponsored by centerNet, CHCI, and the University of Western Sydney.
In a session on archiving and libraries, some participants highly recommended the principles articulated by the Digital Curation Center at the University of Glasgow. See dcc.org.