Quill is a digital humanities project based in Pembroke College, Oxford that studies how groups of people write consitutions, treaties and legislation in formal settings. Our software platform presents a recreation of the original context within which decisions about a negotiated text were made. The flagship work of the projecct is a presentation of the records of the Constitutional Convention of 1787 that wrote the Constitution of the United States. A variety of other projects are planned or in progress. See www.quillproject.net for further details.
WHAT? Quill, a Digital Humanities research centre in Pembroke College, is offering a number of internships during the summer vacation. Interns will work with historical sources and new technologies to create a model of the writing of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
WHO? Students of any academic discipline, interested in the Universal Declaration, working with archival materials, and discovering new technology are welcome to apply. No technical expertise is required as training will be given.
WHEN? The internship is a minimum of three weeks and you must be available in September 2018. A salary of £10.47 per hour (including statutory holiday pay) is offered. The working week is 37.5 hours. Candidates will be subject to a right to work check.
HOW? Further information is available from firstname.lastname@example.org. Applications must be received by the Quill Administrator no later than 12:00 noon on 11 June 2018.
You can Download the PDF for this Internship here.