Dec. 14, 2001-Jan. 10, 2002
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IATH proposals due Jan. 30
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IATH proposals due Jan. 30

The deadline to apply for a one-year fellowship in digital scholarship, sponsored by U.Va’s Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities, is Jan. 30.

Fellowship support includes a half-time teaching release, office space, equipment housed at the institute, consulting and training, computer programming, budget resources, research assistants and grant-writing.

Those selected are expected to publish a research report by the end of the fellowship year; past reports can be found at

Full-time faculty in any humanities discipline in any U.Va. school or department are eligible.

See the institute’s Web site at, where there is also find a list of current or emeritus fellows and their projects.


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