Digital Humanities at Berkeley provides numerous opportunities for engaging with digital tools and methodologies in the context of research and teaching. These include:

  • Consulting: faculty, staff and students can request a meeting with a digital humanities consultant to discuss any aspect of digital humanities project or course development

Grant Opportunities

  • Collaborative research grants: Digital Humanities at Berkeley offers annual grants for collaborative research projects
  • Course grants: faculty can apply for grants to offer a new digital humanities course, or integrate digital humanities tools and methodologies into an existing course

Fellowships

  • Postdoctoral Fellowships: The Division of Arts & Humanities of the College of Letters & Science at the University of California, Berkeley, invites applications for postdoctoral fellowships in the Digital Humanities

Workshops, Training, and Internships

  • Summer digital humanities workshop at Berkeley: a multi-week workshop that will provide an overview and survey of digital humanities, beginning summer 2015. 
  • DHSI (Digital Humanities Summer Institute in Victoria) sponsorship: Berkeley affiliates can receive discounted tuition for weeklong intensive workshops at the University of Victoria each June
  • Internships: opportunities for students to gain hands-on experience with digital humanities. 

DH Fellows Events

  • Digital Humanities Fellows: an opportunity for individuals participating in Digital Humanities at Berkeley to present their research and discuss issues of common concern