[SIGCIS-Members] 2022-23 Tomash Fellowship in the History of Information Technology Announcement (Application Deadline is Jan. 15, 2022)

Jeffrey Yost yostx003 at umn.edu
Tue Oct 19 07:06:45 PDT 2021


Dear Colleagues, FYI--The Charles Babbage Institute for Computing,
Information, and Culture is delighted to announce this coming year's Tomash
Fellowship competition. Best, Jeff2022-23 CBI Tomash Fellowship in the
History of Information TechnologyEach year the Tomash Doctoral
Fellowship is awarded to and provides a $14,000 stipend to a standout (ABD)
graduate student for doctoral dissertation research in the history of
computing and culture. Past Fellows
<https://cse.umn.edu/cbi/past-tomash-fellows> are among the leading
scholars in computing history/studies. The Tomash Doctoral Fellowship is
named for and funded by an endowment created by Adelle and Erwin Tomash,
the founders of the Charles Babbage Institute.Application Requirements
(Deadline is January 15, 2022)Please provide a curriculum vitae and a
five-page (single-spaced) statement and justification of the research
project including a discussion of methods, research materials, and
bibliography (bibliography does not count toward page count). Applicants
should also arrange for three letters of reference and certified copies of
graduate school transcripts to be sent directly to CBI. Application
materials should be sent to cbi at umn.edu. Please direct questions about the
Tomash Fellowship to Jeffrey Yost, CBI Director, yostx003 at umn.edu Additional
information is on the Tomash Fellowship page of the CBI Website Tomash
Fellowship
<https://cse.umn.edu/cbi/adelle-and-erwin-tomash-fellowship-history-information-technology>

*"Injustice wears the same harsh face wherever it shows itself."*-Ralph
Ellison

Jeffrey R. Yost, Ph.D.
Director, Charles Babbage Institute
Research Professor, History of Science, Technology, and Medicine

Co-Editor (w/ Gerardo Con Diaz)
*Studies in Computing and Culture book series, Johns Hopkins University
Press*

*Committee Member, **National Academies, NAE Extraordinary Engineering
Impacts on Society *

Founder and Co-Editor (w/ Amanda Wick),

*Interfaces: Essays and Reviews in Computing and Culture*


*Making IT Work: A History of the Computer Services Industry (MIT Press
2017)*
<https://www.amazon.com/Making-Work-Computer-Services-Computing/dp/026203672X>


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