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Community Curator Fellow, The History Project (Documenting LGBTQ Boston), Boston, MA (Remote – if necessary)


With the support of Mass Humanities’ Digital Capacity Grant, The History Project will hire a Community Curator Fellow as a consultant for The History Project’s efforts to document and share Boston’s Black LGBTQ history. Due to COVID-19, the Fellow can work entirely remotely if necessary. With a stipend of $5,000 for a flexible project term of June 1, 2021 to September 1, 2021, the Fellow will be tasked with overseeing the project in collaboration with Executive Director Joan Ilacqua. Throughout the project term, the Fellow will host virtual community focus groups, solicit and curate submissions to a crowdsourced timeline, and upload resources and assets to a Knightlab Timeline and the #QueerArchivesAtHome project. At the completion of the fellowship, the Community Curator will write a standard operating procedure to be publicly and freely shared. The History Project will host the Community Curator and participants at a public launch event. View the press release:

How to apply:

View the job description and apply by May 14, 2021: