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Stephen G. Nichols

Chairman

Council on Library and Information Resources

HQ Phone:  (202) 939-4750

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Council on Library and Information Resources

1755 Massachusetts Avenue, N.W. Suite 500

Washington, D.C., District of Columbia,20036

United States

Company Description

CLIR is an independent, nonprofit organization that forges strategies to enhance research, teaching, and learning environments in collaboration with libraries, cultural institutions, and communities of higher learning. Its Digital Library Federation (DLF) prog... more.

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Background Information

Employment History

Interim Director

Eisenhower Public Library District


Chair

Department of Romance Language


Interim Director

Sheridan Libraries at Johns Hopkins


Affiliations

Johns Hopkins University

James M. Beall Professor of French and Humanities Emeritus and Research


Anvil Academic

Board Member


Council on Library and Information Resources

Distinguished Presidential Fellow


The Medieval Academy of America

Fellow


Mayapple Center for the Arts

Advisory Board Member


Humanity LLC

Advisory Board


School of Criticism and Theory

Honorary Senior Fellow


Digital Philology

Founder


Council on Library and Information Resources

Member, Board


Education

MLA's James Russell Lowell Prize

University of Geneva


PhD.


honorary doctorate

University of Geneva


Web References(58 Total References)


Governance — Council on Library and Information Resources

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Stephen Nichols (Chair)


CLIR Issues Newsletter

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Digital Scholarship: What's All the Fuss? by Stephen Nichols
by Stephen Nichols Stephen G. Nichols is a CLIR Board member and professor of French at Johns Hopkins University Stephen Nichols, professor of French at Johns Hopkins University and a CLIR Board member, will talk about how large digital manuscript collections can enrich research and teaching in the humanities. His remarks will be based in part on his ongoing experience with the Roman de la Rose project.


CLIR Issues Newsletter

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Stephen Nichols
Stephen Nichols, chair of German and Romance Languages and Literatures at The Johns Hopkins University and a CLIR Board member, has been elected the recipient of a Humboldt Research Award. The award is conferred by Germany's Alexander von Humboldt Foundation in recognition of lifetime achievement. Awardees carry out research projects of their choice in cooperation with specialist colleagues in Germany. Nichols will be hosted by the Free University in Berlin and by the University of Cologne. He will be based at the new Dahlem Humanities Center in Berlin.


CLIR Press Releases

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"This program will uncover lost archives that will reveal new facets of America's past: from immigrant lives, to documents of frontier life, to economic records, to journals of slaves and freedmen, and much more," said CLIR Board Chairman Stephen Nichols.
"The story of America's past will never end, but thanks to the Hidden Collections program it is about to become much richer," he added.


CLIR Meetings&Forums

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Stephen Nichols, French professor at Johns Hopkins University and CLIR Board member, talked about digital humanities research, with special focus on the Roman de la Rose project and how large digital manuscript collections can enrich research and teaching.


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