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== Preliminary list of areas of interest ==
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== Current and emerging clusters ==
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NB: All group PIs should review the [[Media:YearEndCutoffMemo2008-2009.pdf|'''funding deadline memo''']].
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* [[Becoming Poetics: an online journal]]
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* [[Text encoding and digital editing]]
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* [[Exhibit X Fiction Series: audio / video digital archive]]
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* [[Digital archiving]]
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* [[Textual analysis]]
* [[Open source and open knowledge projects]]
* [[Open source and open knowledge projects]]
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* [[Scholarly communication in the digital age]]
 
* [[GIS applications for humanities research]]
* [[GIS applications for humanities research]]
* [[Immersive worlds]]
* [[Immersive worlds]]
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* [[Buffalo architecture]]
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* [[Buffalo architecture and cultural memory]]
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* [[Textual analysis]]
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* [[Text encoding and digital editing]]
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== Working group recognition ==
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== Group recognition ==
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Faculty members interested in forming a working group (WG) should apply for recognition indicating
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* the name and scholarly mission of the working group
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For a working group to be funded by the DHIB, its proponents must complete the working group's page indicating
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* the names of expected participants in the activities of the group, two of whom must be UB faculty and full members of the DHIB
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* the names of at least five participants in the activities of the group, two of whom must be UB faculty and at least one of whom must be a graduate student
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* a schedule of activities proposed for the funded period
* a schedule of activities proposed for the funded period
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* the potential impact of the working group on the study of the digital humanities at UB, for example, strengthening of cross-departmental ties, enhancing graduate education, involvement of new groups in digital humanities scholarship at the university, etc.
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This information should be sent by e-mail to [mailto:DHIB-info@buffalo.edu '''DHIB'''].
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== Working group wiki site ==
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Once a working group has been recognized by DHIB, a page will be created for it on this wiki and linked from the present page. The WG will be responsible for page maintenance. The template for the page can be seen [[sample_wg|'''here''']].
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== Working group funding ==
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Recognized working groups are eligible for DHIB funding; the RFP for spring 2009 (now closed) is [[RFP|'''here''']].

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Contents

Current and emerging clusters

NB: All group PIs should review the funding deadline memo.

Working group recognition

Faculty members interested in forming a working group (WG) should apply for recognition indicating

  • the name and scholarly mission of the working group
  • the names of expected participants in the activities of the group, two of whom must be UB faculty and full members of the DHIB
  • a schedule of activities proposed for the funded period
  • the potential impact of the working group on the study of the digital humanities at UB, for example, strengthening of cross-departmental ties, enhancing graduate education, involvement of new groups in digital humanities scholarship at the university, etc.

This information should be sent by e-mail to DHIB.

Working group wiki site

Once a working group has been recognized by DHIB, a page will be created for it on this wiki and linked from the present page. The WG will be responsible for page maintenance. The template for the page can be seen here.

Working group funding

Recognized working groups are eligible for DHIB funding; the RFP for spring 2009 (now closed) is here.

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