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DARIAH Annual Event 2024

Workflows: Digital Methods for Reproducible Research Practices
in the Arts and Humanities

Lisbon, Portugal. June 18-21, 2024

 

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Session Overview
Session
Workshop: Emerging job profiles for DH Graduates: Bridging gaps between Industry & Education
Time:
Tuesday, 18/June/2024:
2:00pm - 5:30pm

Session Chair: Amelia Sanz, Complutense University of Madrid
Session Chair: MarĂ­a Goicoechea, University Complutense of Madrid
Location: B309, 3rd floor

Room B309, 3rd floor, Avenida de Berna 26C, Berna Campus, NOVA FCSH, Lisbon, Portugal

This workshop is organised by the Digital Humanities Course Registry Working Group and the DARIAH Community Engagement Working Group and funded by the DARIAH Funding Scheme for Working Group Activities 2023-2025.
This workshop continues and builds on the discussion initiated last year in Budapest regarding the employability of Digital Humanities graduates. We will start by sharing insights gathered from DH programs in Europe on their strategies to equip graduates for careers as digital humanists in academia, the public sector, or industry. The program will then feature lightning talks from invited DH alumni from various countries, followed by round-table discussions. The workshop will conclude with a few preliminary recommendations for DH Master's Degree Programs.
This project is being led by Maria Goicoechea de Jorge and Amelia Sanz from Universidad Complutense de Madrid, with support from DARIAH WGs and CLARIN.
The workshop is open to the public.

Session Abstract

This workshop is organised by the Digital Humanities Course Registry Working Group and the DARIAH Community Engagement Working Group and funded by the DARIAH Funding Scheme for Working Group Activities 2023-2025.


This workshop continues and builds on the discussion initiated last year in Budapest regarding the employability of Digital Humanities graduates. We will start by sharing insights gathered from DH programs in Europe on their strategies to equip graduates for careers as digital humanists in academia, the public sector, or industry. The program will then feature lightning talks from invited DH alumni from various countries, followed by round-table discussions. The workshop will conclude with a few preliminary recommendations for DH Master's Degree Programs.


This project is being led by Maria Goicoechea de Jorge and Amelia Sanz from Universidad Complutense de Madrid, with support from DARIAH WGs and CLARIN.


The workshop is open to the public.




 
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