International Virtual Lecture Series: Talking Memory with Guest Speakers Stephen D. Smith and Mary Pat Higgins

The Ghetto Fighters' House, in partnership with the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum and the USC Shoah Foundation, would like to invite you to the upcoming lecture in the International Virtual Lecture Series "Talking Memory":

International Virtual Lecture Series: Talking Memory with Guest Speakers Stephen D. Smith and Mary Pat Higgens

The Ghetto Fighters' House, in partnership with the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum and the USC Shoah Foundation, would like to invite you to the upcoming lecture in the International Virtual Lecture Series "Talking Memory":

International Virtual Lecture Series: Talking Memory with Guest Speakers Stephen D. Smith and Mary Pat Higgins

The Ghetto Fighters' House, in partnership with the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum and the USC Shoah Foundation, would like to invite you to the upcoming lecture in the International Virtual Lecture Series "Talking Memory":

International Virtual Lecture Series: Talking Memory with Guest Speakers Stephen D. Smith and Mary Pat Higgins

The Ghetto Fighters' House, in partnership with the Dallas Holocaust and Human Rights Museum and the USC Shoah Foundation, would like to invite you to the upcoming lecture in the International Virtual Lecture Series "Talking Memory":

International Online Conference #DHJewish - Jewish Studies in the Digital Age

In all humanities disciplines, scholars find themselves confronted with the rapidly increasing availability of digital resources (data), new technologies to interrogate and analyze them (tools), and the question of how to engage with these developments. The digitisation boom of the last two decades, and the rapid advancement of digital tools to analyse data in myriad ways, have opened up new avenues for humanities research. The field of Jewish Studies is no exception. How can these digital developments be harnessed to address specific questions and problems in our field?

CALL FOR APPLICANTS: USHMM Digital Humanities Associate Fellowship

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum is pleased to announce that applications for the 2021-2022 Digital Humanities Associate Fellowship Program are now being accepted through March 1, 2021.  Designed for students currently enrolled in a master’s degree program or completing their undergraduate education, the Museum welcomes applications from students in the use of technology for research and teaching in all academic disciplines, including history, political science, literature,

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