Wednesday, April 12, 2023
11:00am-12:00pm Eastern Time
Join this AAS Digital Dialogues session to learn about the AAS-Gale Non-Residential Fellowship, a new opportunity that will support research or teaching projects that rely on Gale Primary Sources and use digital humanities methodologies. AAS Grant Programs Manager Molly DeDona will present the application process and respond to audience questions about eligibility, applying for the Fellowship, and completing AAS-Gale Fellowship requirements.
Chris Houghton is Head of Academic Partnerships at Gale, supporting scholars to integrate Gale archives into their research, particularly in the area of digital humanities. In this session, he will introduce Gale Digital Scholar Lab, Gale’s integrated text and data mining platform, and the various Gale archives that will be available to the AAS Fellows. Full training on these platforms will be provided to the successful applicants, but any scholar interested in applying should consider attending to learn more about the archives and tools that they will be using as part of the Fellowship and what the Fellowship entails.