Misericordia Digital Humanities & Pedagogy Symposium
Friday-Saturday, September 29-30, 2017

Michelle Moravec is an Associate Professor of History at Rosemont College in Philadelphia, PA. Dr. Moravec sits on the American Historical Association’s Digital History Standards committee and serves as the digital history editor for Women and Social Movements. She has completed five digital history projects since starting to work in the digital humanities in 2012, and has been teaching digital humanities at the undergrad level since 2013. Under her co-direction, students at Rosemont College recently completed a multi-year website project devoted to the history of the college chapel. Currently, with students she is investigating the Great War through women’s scrapbooks and autograph albums. She also writes about the methodological implications of doing humanities research digitally, as well as the ethical implications of digitizing archival materials.

Charlotte Nunes is the Director of Digital Scholarship Services in Skillman Library at Lafayette College in Easton, PA, and a Research Fellow on the Modernist Archives Publishing Project. Prior to this position, she held a Mellon/Council on Library and Information Resources (CLIR) Postdoctoral Fellowship in Digital Scholarship at Southwestern University.



Alicia Peaker is the Digital Scholarship Specialist at Bryn Mawr College. Previously a Mellon CLIR/DLF Postdoctoral Fellow in the Digital Liberal Arts at Middlebury College, she has also served as the Co-Director for Our Marathon: The Boston Bombing Digital Archive and the project manager for the Women Writers Project.



Drake Gómez is an artist, curator, and educator, currently serving as Professor in the Visual Arts Program at Keystone College in La Plume, Pennsylvania. His paintings and drawings have been shown in exhibitions throughout the U.S., in group and one-person shows. A former director of the Linder Gallery at Keystone College, Professor Gómez has curated over 50 exhibitions of work by artists from throughout the U.S. and other countries, and has written numerous critical and interpretive essays on the work of contemporary artists.



This event was made possible through generous support from the Soyka Fund for the Humanities