Recent DH graduate Caitlin Pollock takes position at IUPUI
2014 Graduate of the MA program in Digital Humanities, Caitlin Pollock, has taken a position starting August 2014 as a Humanities Librarian at Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis (IUPUI) in the library's Center for Digital Scholarship. She’ll serve as subject specialist to Philosophy, Africana Studies, and Classics. While the job involves traditional librarianship to a degree, including collection development and research instruction, Pollock’s main duties will be working with IUPUI's Arts and Humanities Institute and the Center of Digital Scholarship to develop new Digital Humanities initiatives and programming at the library and the university at large.
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