There are sometimes opportunities for undergraduate students to be involved in research projects being conducted by faculty in NELC. For more information, contact the NELC Undergraduate Advisor at: email@example.com.
Note: Near East 499B-permission only
Join a team of faculty and undergraduate researchers working on a collection of personal diaries from 19th and early 20th century Iraq. Participate in preparing these unique texts for web and print publication. Help collect historical information and convert it into notes and articles for the project “wiki”. Make presentations about the project to campus and off-campus groups. Learn basic web tools [HTML, XML, SXLT etc.] and work with a variety of digital humanities resources.
We are especially seeking students with interests in Middle Eastern Languages, culture, and history, in European colonial history, and in digital humanities technology. The positions are unpaid and require a commitment of at least 6 hours of work per week for two quarters. Longer commitments are preferred. We will train you and offer 499 B credits to qualified students. No matter what your major, if you are interested, we would be glad to talk to you.
Contact Prof. Walter G. Andrews at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information. Visit the site for the project description and history.