The Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton is hiring a two-year professional specialist to work with our Humanities Computing Curriculum Committee (HC3). We’re a supportive, collaborative, transdisciplinary group that is working to integrate critical and humanistic methods with computer and data science in undergraduate courses. Because this position involves rethinking the ways computer science students are educated in history, culture, and ethics as part of their degree programs, we are especially welcoming of candidates who center issues of digital equity in their work.
Our review of portfolios (we’re asking for a cover letter and CV) will begin on June 11. An advanced degree (MA or above) in the humanities, social science, information science, or a related discipline is required. More information can be found at the job portal: