The primary responsibility of fellowship holders will be to help develop interactive research tools and the underlying data infrastructure for a linked set of multiperiod and multi-scalar research datasets currently siloed in separate repositories. Datasets include historical aerial imagery, photographs, maps, manuscripts, archives, museum objects, whole archaeological databases, and more, and tasks include data harmonization, linking, and creative display to enable smooth access to and research across datasets, leveraging diachronic potentials for longitudinal research across Anatolian pasts.
Successful applicants will have expertise in open-source software; Python, R, and/or PHP scripting; SQL, PostgreSQL, and PostGIS databases; and specific combinations of experiences including, but not limited to:
Successful applicants will have the following qualifications:
COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS
The successful applicant will be provided a fellowship stipend commensurate with experience, a research account, and assorted other benefits.
The successful applicant will be ready to start the one-year fellowship soon after completion of the application review process. Renewal thereafter is contingent on project progress and available funding.
APPLICATION MATERIALS & SUBMISSION
Required application materials include (1) an application letter detailing the applicant’s relevant experience and motivation to win a fellowship; (2) an up-to-date CV; and (3) the names and emails of two referees. Up to two relevant publications or writing samples are welcome, also. Applicant materials must be submitted via email to email@example.com. Application files should be saved as MSWord or PDF files, with filenames containing the applicant’s last name. Questions should also be addressed to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application review will commence on 15 September 2020 and continue until the position is filled.