Employment: Public Humanities Fellow, The Newberry Library
The Newberry Library’s D’Arcy McNickle Center for American Indian and Indigenous Studies seeks an early career scholar in Indigenous Studies to serve as a Public Humanities Fellow for two years, beginning in September 2020. The Fellow will assist with the activities of a grant (funding pending) that will develop strategies to make the Indigenous Studies collection at the Newberry Library more accessible and useful to Native communities in the United States.
Employment: Cultural Heritage and Indigenous Knowledges Fellow, Hood Museum of Art and Dartmouth College Library
This three-year grant-funded position builds relationships between the Hood Museum of Art, Dartmouth Library staff, relevant Dartmouth academic departments, students, and faculty, and the larger Dartmouth community, including local and regional Indigenous communities and First Nations, and Native American communities whose cultural heritage and knowledges are represented within the collections of the Hood and Library. With these communities, the Fellow identifies and develops resources and methods for archiving, cataloguing, and teaching with collections in respectful, relevant, and inclusive ways.