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The Programming Historian is an open-access journal that publishes peer-reviewed tutorials in Spanish, French, and English on digital tools digital tools, techniques, and workflows for researchers and educators in the humanities and social sciences. The journal is now seeking volunteer writers/editors with backgrounds in digital methods and the humanities.

New members will be responsible for:

  • Ensuring editorial follow-up of original or translated lessons, in particular to organize open peer review and online publication
  • Contributing to project updates, which may require occasional translation tasks on the website
  • Participating and contributing as much as possible to discussions and collective activities around the project.

Candidates should have experience with digital/quantitative methods applied to the humanities and social sciences, knowledge of scientific e-publishing, and knowledge of English, with Spanish and Portuguese a plus.

Those interested should send a one-page CV and a text of about 200 words explaining their wish to join the project to Sofia Papastamkou at sofia (dot) papastamkou (at) gmail.com by October 30th, 2020.

View the full call (in French) on The Programming Historian website.

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