Current and past Digital Humanities projects are listed and linked here. They include:
In an effort to commemorate the American Friends Service Committee’s 100 years of humanitarian service and peace activism, this exhibit traces AFSC projects in the interwar and postwar periods of the twentieth century. The AFSC’s antiwar activism at home, and efforts to provide humanitarian aid abroad, provide exemplary evidence of the Quaker commitment to promoting peace in the world. Featuring research curated by the students of HIS 440 (Spring 2017), edited by Drs. Jennifer Black and Allan Austin (History Department). This project was funded by the Soyka Fund for the Humanities.
Visit the course project website for Social Justice and Human Rights in Film & New Media, taught in Fall 2016 by Dr. Ryan Watson (Fine Arts Department).
Tracing the changing landscape of Main Street in Pittston, PA, a town long remembered for its anthracite mining history, this exhibit features research compiled by students in the 2016 Student Summer Research Fellowship Program. The project was edited by Dr. Jennifer Black (History Department).