We welcome the opportunity to work with graduate students who are interested in gaining hands-on experience with digital scholarship at Duke. Our primary graduate opportunities are research assistantships and curricular-credit earning field experiences.
Two half-time (19.5 hr/wk), paid assistantships are open to Ph.D. students in any discipline. We look to hire students who have a strong interest in learning about digital humanities methods and tools while helping to support innovative research at Duke. Assistants in these positions have opportunities to:
- work on digital humanities projects sponsored by the Mellon Foundation-funded Humanities Writ Large initiative;
- gain knowledge and skills in using digital tools, methods, and platforms for teaching and research;
- and work directly with faculty and students to develop new digital projects for humanities research.
Digital Scholarship Services offers 1-2 semester curricular-credit earning positions for graduate students in Library and Information Science programs. For more information, please contact Liz Milewicz.