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Summer Graduate Fellows in Digital Humanities Project Showcase
Friday, July 16, 2021 at 1:00pm
The 2021 Summer DH Fellows -- all Ph.D. students from diverse humanities disciplines – have spent six weeks learning about and experimenting with digital approaches to scholarship. On Friday, they’ll share their research works in progress. Please come listen and join the discussion. Bring your questions and reflections, learn more about digital work in the humanities, and celebrate these students’ work.
Morning Session: 10:00 am – 12:15 pm ET
Mapping / Geographic Analysis
- Mapping 20th-Century U.S. Guestworkers / Lyrianne González, History
- Mapping Fluid Jurisdictions: The Mindanao Question and the US Empire on the Philippine Frontier, 1898–1941 / Claire Cororaton, History
- Mapping Caribbean Botanical Imaginaries / Hannah Cole, Comparative Literature
- ‘The Whole Country is South’: Black Literary Geographies of the U.S. South / Jacob Walters, History
Afternoon Session: 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm ET
Mapping + Text Analysis
- Mapping a Metaphor: Political 'Electricity' in Revolutionary France / Sam Wesner, History
Digital Publishing / Digital Collections
- Revisualize Archives: Visualizing Joy in 19th-Century Black Studio Portraiture / Victoria Baugh, Literatures in English
- The US Military Network Reimagined: Polylingual Soundscapes and Diasporic Imaginaries / Bonnie Chung, Literatures in English
- The Vienna Sermons: A Digital Publication / Colin Behrens, Classics
The Summer DH Fellowship would not be possible without the assistance of colleagues who step in to provide generous consultation and support when needed. Our special thanks and appreciation this year go to:
- Jasmine Burns, Visual Resources Metadata Librarian, CUL
- Dianne Dietrich, Digital Projects Librarian, CUL
- Keith Jenkins, GIS & Geospatial Applications Librarian, CUL
- Roz Thalken, Ph.D. Student, Cornell Information Science Program
- Dr. Melanie Walsh, Outgoing Postdoctoral Associate, Cornell Information Science Program
Join with Zoom: https://cornell.zoom.us/j/3674580204?pwd=TzlXYjFrSDNQU01GNWU0UnIyYVR3dz09