[SIGCIS-Members] Deadline for CBI Tomash Fellowship--January 16, 2023

Jeffrey Yost yostx003 at umn.edu
Mon Nov 7 06:00:00 PST 2022

*CBI Tomash Doctoral Fellowship in the History of Computing/Software*

ABD students in History, STS, Sociology, Media Studies, Comm, or any
qualitative social science, humanities, arts field doing a dissertation
that is principally historical in analysis are eligible to apply.
Information on the fellowship is available at the link below. The
fellowship carries a $14,000 stipend and there is no residency requirement
(we do hope that fellows visit for at least a week and ask that fellow give
a virtual lecture based on their research during their term). We have
no restrictions on holding other fellowships concurrently. If you have any
questions, feel free to contact me.

The deadline for the Tomash Fellowship competition for the 2023-2024
Academic Year is January 16, 2023

The Charles Babbage Institute for Computing, Information, and Culture is an
interdisciplinary research center and leading archive repository for
computing and software study

Tomash Fellowship in the History of Information Technology | CHARLES

Best, Jeff

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