ENGL388T - Writing Internship: MITH Internships

The Maryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities (MITH) is a leading digital humanities center that engages in collaborative, interdisciplinary work at the intersection of technology and humanistic inquiry. Current projects open to interns include the Shelley-Goodwin Archive and the Deena Larsen and Bill Bly Electronic Literature Collections.

Through a digital humanities internship at MITH (ENGL388T), students join a research team of senior scholars, graduate students, and undergraduates from across the university. Besides working on cutting-edge humanities projects, interns will acquire skills increasingly necessary for graduate study and advancement in today's work force and may be trained in high quality text encoding and scanning techniques.

To apply, please contact Professor Neil Fraistat, fraistat@umd.edu, the Director of MITH for the Shelley-Godwin Archive or Professor Matthew Kirschenbaum, mgk@umd.edu, Associate Director of MITH, for Electronic Literature.

Include a statement about why you want to pursue a MITH internship with that particular project and a list of any relevant technical, design, or project-oriented skills that you possess.

Repeatable to 9 credits. Credit only granted for: ENGL380 or ENGL388. Formerly: ENGL380.


Permission of ARHU-English department.