As a historian, most of my work – reading, writing, revising – is conducted alone. Feedback especially takes long periods of time and varies between professors and colleagues. Papers often go through conferences, editing, and rejection before you can claim you have completed a piece of work. On the other hand, Digital Humanities allows you to work with nearly instance feedback, providing cruel, unforgiving critiques.
- 3DMMS Initiative: Summer Expansion
- Launching The Black Shadow Box | An educational database about Black artists from the past and present.
- Launching Migrating Cuisines Website
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- Launching 3D MMS Initiative|Cranial & Postcranial Three-Dimensional Interactive Learning Instrument
- Introducing “Classical Reception in Contemporary Far-Right Politics”
- Introducing “Healthy Visuals”
- Launching Six Degrees of Great Lakes Treaties
- Launching The Edo Provenance Project
- The Silenced Borders of Yemen