Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School
Scheduled date of decision
Are you a researcher or doctoral student needing increased skills in or having an interest in the digital humanities?
Riksbankens Jubileumsfond (RJ), in collaboration with the University of Oxford, is offering 20 spots on a summer school in the digital humanities. RJ pays for accommodation, meals, travel and course fees. The summer school offers lectures by experts in the field, and participants can choose between eight parallel workshops that last for one week. The summer school takes place 13–17 July 2020. See link for additional information. https://digital.humanities.ox.ac.uk/dhoxss/
To apply, write an application letter (max. 5 000 characters including spaces) that explains why you need to attend the Oxford summer school and how it is linked to your research, which should also be described. A relevant CV for the course is to be attached to the application. The announcement is open to doctoral students and researchers who have been awarded their PhD. The application is submitted through RJ's application system.
The key criterion for RJ's decision is the academic need for the summer school in relation to the research conducted by the applicant.
The call for applications opens 20 January and the deadline is 20 February at 16.00. The decisions will be announced no later than 16 March. Applications will be evaluated by RJ's office. No explanations of decisions will be issued.
After completion of the course, RJ will request a final report (max. 5 000 characters including spaces). The report is to discuss how the participant experienced the summer course and what the course has meant for the participant's competency in the field. Deadline 16 September 2020.