Cambridge Digital Humanities is keen to support participation by University of Cambridge Early Career Researchers in the Digital Humanities at Oxford Summer School (DHOXSS) – 22–26 July 2019 – and to that end a limited number of CDH Bursaries will be made available on application. These bursaries will cover approved return ground travel Cambridge–Oxford, registration fees and accommodation costs up to an approved maximum of £1300.
Early Career Researchers as defined under this scheme will either be enrolled as PhD student at the University of Cambridge at the time of application, or have completed a PhD no more than five years before the date of the application and hold a current contract of employment or affiliation with the University via the CDH Methods Fellows programme.
The deadline for applications coincides with the close of registration for DHOXSS, i.e. 5 July 2019 (https://www.dhoxss.net/register).
Applications will be judged by the CDH Directorate on a rolling basis. Please note that participants at DHOXSS must choose a workshop when they register and that places are limited. We will aim to process applications as quickly as possible to maximise the opportunity for you to register for a place on the workshop you want.
Application forms and more information can be downloaded here. Completed applications should be emailed to email@example.com.