Web/Graphic Designer (contract), Princeton University Center for Digital Humanities

The Center for Digital Humanities at Princeton University is hiring a contract Web/Graphic Designer to create a publicity web site to publish research outcomes for “Mapping Expatriate Paris: The Sylvia Beach Lending Library Project,” an ongoing digital humanities project that is digitizing and encoding archival materials from the Sylvia Beach Papers at Rare Books and Special Collections in Firestone Library.

The Mapping Expatriate Paris publicity site will showcase 2015-16 research outcomes for the project with short articles and illustrative data visualizations. Position to begin immediately.

To apply, please send: CV/Resume, recent portfolio of work, and estimated project timeline and cost to Sarah Meadows (sm34@princeton.edu). See the full Statement of Work for details: https://digitalhumanities.princeton.edu/graphic-designer-for-mapping-expatriate-paris-the-sylvia-beach-lending-library-project/

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