Digital Humanities Spring 2021 UROP Opportunities
The MIT Programs in Digital Humanities are offering new Digital Humanities UROP opportunities as part of our Affiliated Faculty-UROP Program (AFUP).
UROPs working with Affiliated Faculty on these projects will be invited to join the Digital Humanities UROP community through regular open “hack hours” and office hours and to present their work at an end-of-semester research showcase.
Six projects are seeking UROPs for Spring 21:
- Southeast Chicago Archive and Storytelling
- Mapping Segregation: Self-Provisioning Cities
- Oud Corpora Analysis (CLOSED)
- Meta Popular Music Corpus Project (CLOSED)
- MIT Interdisciplinary Online Repository (CLOSED)
- This Was Paris in 1970 (CLOSED)
More information about available projects here:
To apply, please fill out the information below.
If you have any questions, please write to us at
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Select the project(s) you wish to work on. See detailed descriptions of each here:
(You can choose more than one.)
Southeast Chicago Archive Storytelling Project
Mapping Segregation: Self-Provisioning Cities
In a few sentences, please describe why you are interested in the particular project(s) you selected above.
If you have a Github Account, please provide it below (link or profile name):
Just to get a sense of your current programming level, please provide a link to a code sample (either to a source file hosted on Dropbox or similar, or to something on GitHub).
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