The Programming Historian: OA tutorials in the digital humanities

The Programming Historian is an OA journal that publishes novice-friendly, peer-reviewed tutorials that help humanists learn a wide range of digital tools, techniques, and workflows to facilitate research and teaching. Every lesson is published in English, Spanish, French and Portuguese. What does it offer you? The Programming Historian offers the ability to teach yourself new skills within the world of the digital humanities.  Every tutorial is rigorously peer reviewed to make sure it is accessible to newcomers and is judged…

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Funding Opportunity: DARIAH-EU Digital Humanities Open Access Monograph Bursary for First Publications 

DARIAH-EU is launching an annual Open Access Monograph* Bursary for the publication of a first monograph in the field of Digital Humanities. This bursary reflects DARIAH’s commitment to the growing open research culture for Arts and Humanities scholars. Through this funding, the organization hopes to make Open Access publishing a more viable option for early career researchers, who often encounter financial or professional hurdles when considering this publishing route. For more information from DARIAH-EU on the context of Open Access publishing and the specific…

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