The 2020 Digital Humanities Summer Institute (DHSI; main website http://dhsi.org) will be held on June 1-5 and 8-12, 2020 at the University of Victoria, offering different courses during each week-long session.

CoDHR is offering fellowships for Texas A&M University (TAMU) applicants, with preference given to early career scholars (including graduate students) and proposals that clearly demonstrate the role that the DHSI course will play in their research.  DH Graduate Certificate students are encouraged to incorporate DHSI training into independent studies with TAMU faculty.

Course and registration information can be found at http://dhsi.org/courses-php.  Since there are two week-long sessions, please look at the course offerings carefully to be sure you can travel during the week your course is offered.

Graduate student applicants are required to apply for a sponsored DHSI scholarship or other bursary award to be eligible for a $500-$600 CoDHR Fellowship.  (Only proof of a DHSI scholarship/bursary application submission is required.)  Graduate students receiving CoDHR fellowships will be required to obtain at minimum $250 in matching funds from their department and/or other funding source, e.g., OGAPS’ Graduate Student Research and Presentation Travel Award.  For DHSI Scholarships and Travel Bursary Application information see: http://www.dhsi.org/scholarships.php.

Faculty/Staff applicants are eligible to receive free tuition for one course per applicant.

Application Deadline is October 15, 2019

To apply complete and submit the DHSI 2020 Application form and include the following:

  • DHSI 2020 Course Title
  • Provide a 250-500 word statement explaining how the course will benefit your scholarship or digital project(s)
  • (Graduate Students Only) Attach a copy of your 2020 DHSI Scholarship application (or other bursary application)

When the submission date falls on a weekend or a TAMU recognized holiday, the application deadline is extended to the next business day.

Please address questions and applications to Nancy Sumpter (nsumpter@tamu.edu).