News: NEH ODH Update: Apply Now to Attend a Digital Humanities Institute

News from the NEH ODH Update:
Greetings digital humanities friends!
Each year, we fund a series of exciting digital humanities institutes. These are a wonderful opportunity to learn about how to incorporate digital methods into your teaching and research. Past attendees always tell us that these institutes were an incredible experience – truly, we receive comments back like “career-changing” and “best academic experience of my life.”
In most cases, you will apply to attend an institute and it will include reimbursement for travel and lodging. Most are open to faculty, grad students, #altac folks, etc. So please apply – but do so soon! Most of these institutes meet in the summer of 2012 and applications are due soon (check each institute website for specific deadlines).
Attend An ODH Funded Institute
The NEH program Institutes for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities funds workshops and institutes on various topics in the digital humanities. For most institutes, attendance is free and includes reimbursement for travel and lodging. To sign up for an institute, please see below.
Linked Ancient World Data Institute
A two-year series of summer seminars, hosted by New York University and Drew University, for humanities scholars, library and museum professionals, and advanced graduate students on the possibilities of the Linked Open Data model for use in humanities scholarship with a particular focus on Ancient Mediterranean and Near East studies.
Project Director: Tom Elliott
Location:  To be held in New York City on the campus of NYU, May 31st to June 2nd, 2012.
Application Information: Website
Working with Text in a Digital Age
A three-week institute with follow-up activities at Tufts University on the use of computational and corpus linguistics methodologies for scholarly research for humanities scholars, library professionals, and graduate students.
Project Director: Greg Crane, Monica Berti, Anke Lüdeling
Location:  To be held at Tufts University in Medford, MA, July 23-August 10, 2012.
Application Information: Website
Spatial Narratives and Deep Maps: Explorations in Advanced Geo-spatial Technologies and the Spatial Humanities
A two-week institute and follow-up activities for humanities scholars to consider the potential for incorporating geospatial theories, methodologies and technologies into humanities research and teaching, with a particular focus on the history of religion in the United States.
Project Director: David Bodenhamer
Location:  To be held in Indianapolis from June 18 to 29, 2012 and will be administered by IUPUI’s Polis Center.
Application Information: Website
Digital Cultural Mapping: Transformative Scholarship and Teaching in the Geospatial Humanities
A three-week summer institute hosted by the University of California, Los Angeles to explore how geospatial technologies like Geographic Information Systems (GIS) can be used for teaching, learning, and research in the humanities.
Project Director: Todd Presner
Location:  To be held in Los Angeles on the campus of UCLA, June 18 – July 3, 2012.
Application Information: Website
High Performance Computing Collaboratory
A series of workshops to be held at the University of South Carolina and the University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign to consider uses of high-performance computing applications in humanities research and teaching.
Project Director: Jijun Tang,
Location: To be held in Champaign, IL and Columbia, SC in three sessions in Summer 2012.
Application Information: Website
Taking TEI Further: Teaching and Publication
A series of workshops to be held at Brown University for humanities faculty, related staff, and graduate students to explore advanced uses of digital text encoding for use in humanities scholarship and teaching.
Project Director: Julia Flanders,
Location:  To be held at Brown University in Providence, RI with various dates over the next two years.
Application Information: Website