You can find the application form on the website for CHASE training and development programmes. You have until 20 January to register for the Material Witness programme and until 31 January for the Arts and Humanities in the Digital Age programme.
Digital Humanities at the Open University are leading the Arts and Humanities in the Digital Age programme.
Opening Conference: Friday 20 February 2015, Room 2 Open University, Hawley Crescent, Camden Town, Camden, London NW1 8NP
This training programme is aimed at doctoral students who want to conduct research in an increasingly digital world. You will learn how how to integrate digital methodologies and media with discipline specific questions to develop your own research. Each workshop will comprise a classroom-based session that will immerse you in the key debates of Digital Humanities research and a practical, hands-on session that will train you in particular methodologies and tools.
Plenary conferences will open and close the programme.
Deadline – please apply by 7th February 2015
The University of Kent are leading the Material Witness programme.
Material Witness is an innovative interdisciplinary training programme for emerging scholars whose research involves
the interpretation of physical artefacts. The programme aims to sharpen participants’ ability to interpret objects, and to explore the profound relationships between material and meaning, message and medium. It consists of four plenary events, and a series of expert-led study days and residential workshops providing privileged access to people, places and objects, and to techniques and technologies for analysing many different materials.
Deadline – please apply by 26th January 2015