In and Beyond the Digital: Career Pathways for Humanists
A Medieval Academy of America Webinar
Wednesday, May 13, 2020
12-1 PM EDT
In this moment of global crisis, medievalists and all those who work in the humanities face a period of increased uncertainty about the environments in which they work and operate. The National Endowment for the Humanities is a federal agency dedicated to supporting humanistic endeavors across the nation. In this talk, Hannah Alpert-Abrams from the Office of Digital Humanities will speak about career pathways for humanists in and beyond the digital, and about the role of the humanities in uncertain times. Dr. Alpert-Abrams’ presentation will be followed by a discussion period, moderated by the MAA’s Digital Humanities and Multimedia Committee [r20.rs6.net]. Although members of the MAA’s Graduate Student Association are the primary audience for the presentation, all are welcome. Graduate student supervisors and those working with job-seekers are especially encouraged to join.
For more information, please contact Laura Morreale, Chair, Digital Humanities and Multimedia Committee, at email@example.com