Date(s) - 10/04/2018
Zadal: Radim Hladík
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Call for Nominations to EADH Executive Committee
The European Association for Digital Humanities (EADH) seeks to elect 2 positions to its Executive Committee for the term 2018-2021, and now opens its Call for Nominations. EADH highlights the importance of a diverse and representative executive, and welcomes candidates from all backgrounds. For further information, please see our diversity and inclusivity statement. Nominations of candidates able to represent research students and Early Career Researchers are especially welcomed.
For each person wishing to be nominated for election, the EADH Elections Committee must receive the following three documents:
a) 2 nominations (stating name, date, membership number and willingness to nominate) by 2 proposers;
b) a statement by the candidate, of no more than 200 words, that they are willing to stand for election. Statements longer than 200 words will result in the rejection of the candidature.
The nominations and the statement of the nominee must be sent to email@example.com later than midnight, 10 April, 2018 (GMT).
Candidate’s statements will be a matter of public record during and after the election.
They wil be available for reading at URL https://eadh.org/people/statements-candidates. Nomination statements and the identity of proposers will not.
Nominees and proposers must be members in good standing: they must have paid the 2018 membership fee of either EADH or an Associate Organisation (DhD, AIUCD, DHN, CzADH or DH Russia) no later than 15 March or the nomination will be invalid. Nominees are encouraged to confirm this with their proposers in advance. Proposers may nominate no more than 1 nominee.
Voting will take place between 17 May and 6 June 2018 (GMT). Results will be announced at the EADH AGM at DH2018 in Mexico City.
Information about the formal structure of the Association can be found in our Constitution.
Questions about serving on the EADH may be addressed confidentially to Maurizio Lana(Chair of the Nominating Committee).