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Digital Humanities

February 11, 2015

Announcing the Artstor Digital Humanities Awards Winners

Benin, Bronze bell. Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology.

Artstor is proud to announce the three winners of the Digital Humanities Awards: Historic Dress (Smith College), Medieval Portland (Portland State University), and Sacred Conflicts: Religious Violence in Comparative Perspective (Northern Illinois University). The winners will each receive full access to Artstor’s Shared Shelf digital media management software for five years to upload, catalog, manage, store, and share their projects.

The Artstor Digital Humanities Awards were created to recognize the importance of the Digital Humanities and help the project leaders, Shared Shelf staff, and the greater community learn about issues associated with supporting the most innovative and intellectually stimulating projects in the field. They reflect Artstor’s mission to enhance scholarship and teaching through the use of digital media.

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October 1, 2014

Deadline for the Digital Humanities Awards is approaching!

Byron Company, Sports, Field Sports, Manhattan Field, 1896. Museum of the City of New York.

Byron Company, Sports, Field Sports, Manhattan Field, 1896. Museum of the City of New York.

Reminder: The deadline for Artstor’s Digital Humanities Awards is October 15, 2014.

The award aims to facilitate the most innovative and intellectually stimulating projects in the field. Winners will receive five years’ free access to Shared Shelf, Artstor’s digital media management software, to upload, catalog, manage, store, and share their project.

To enter, simply describe your Digital Humanities project in 1,000 words or less.

Full rules and application instructions at artstor.org/dha.

Winners will be announced in early December.

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September 12, 2014

Introducing the Artstor Digital Humanities Awards

Raphael | School of Athens | circa 1510-1512 | Image and original data provided by Erich Lessing Culture and Fine Arts Archives/ART RESOURCE, N.Y.; artres.com

Raphael | School of Athens | circa 1510-1512 | Image and original data provided by Erich Lessing Culture and Fine Arts Archives/ART RESOURCE, N.Y.; artres.com

Winners will receive five years’ free use of Shared Shelf cloud-based asset management tool

Artstor is proud to announce the inception of the Digital Humanities Awards to recognize and help facilitate the most innovative and intellectually stimulating projects in the field. This award recognizes the importance of the Digital Humanities and supports Artstor’s mission to enhance scholarship and teaching through the use of digital media.  The award of five years’ free access to Shared Shelf to winners helps to address the need recently identified in Ithaka S+R’s Sustaining the Digital Humanities “for an end-to-end solution… to support faculty from planning, to building, to preservation and outreach.”

To enter, describe your Digital Humanities project in 1,000 words or less, and your team could receive full, long-term access to Artstor’s Shared Shelf digital media management software to upload, catalog, manage, store, and share the project. Learn more about the award at artstor.org/dha.

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