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TitelVisiting Faculty Scholars and Postdoctoral Fellowships, Rice University
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Rice University, Humanities Research Center

Visiting Faculty Scholars and Postdoctoral Fellowships


Institution Type: College / University
Location: Texas, United States
Position: Post-Doctoral Fellow, Visiting Professor

Rice University’s Humanities Research Center seeks visiting faculty scholars and postdoctoral fellows for the 2016-17 Rice Seminar, “Chronotopic Imaginaries: The City in Signs, Signals, and Scripts.” The multi-disciplinary cohort of fellows will examine how the ongoing production, collection, and curation of unimaginable amounts of chronotopically located data constitute a treasure trove for scholarship to be undertaken at a never before seen scale. The implied ‘connectedness’ of how we live together depends, however, on distributed networks, rules, codes, protocols, and infrastructures, all bound by a paradoxical, if not panopticistic, social contract now located in Cyberia. Deadline for both positions: December 4, 2015. Details: hrc.rice.edu/call_mellonpostdocs , hrc.rice.edu/call_autreyfellows.


Contact:
Carolyn Adams - hrc@rice.edu - 713-348-4227

Website: http://hrc.rice.edu
Primary Category: Digital Humanities
Secondary Categories: None
Posting Date: 09/16/2015
Closing Date 12/04/2015
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