Monthly Archives: May 2016

Los Puertorriqueños: Dismissed History

This is so sad, I had such a great time in class with all of you, I know I’ll be seeing Sheridan again next semester and I hope I’ll see all of you again too! Thanks for making my Monday … Continue reading

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The Cultural Heritage Resource Center: A Web-base for Small Museums and Historical Societies

Hi All, I just want to take a moment to thank you all for such a great semester.  I tried new things, learned a lot, and even made some new friends along the way. I had a blast and couldn’t … Continue reading

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Our Story: The Truth Behind the Refugee

Syrian refugees have been a popular news topic as well as debate for a while now. The issues surrounding the Syrian crisis evokes powerful and emotional reactions of all kinds. What concerns most Americans is the threat that Syrian refugees … Continue reading

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Gunn Memorial Digital Preservation Project Abstract.

The Gunn Memorial Library & Museum of Washington, Connecticut is requesting $98,455 to develop a website that will serve as the museum’s digital historical archive. Titled the Gunn Memorial Digital Preservation Project, our goal is to showcase the museum’s extensive … Continue reading

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Mobile Museums Are Cool

Thank you all for a super duper semester!! I was challenged AND I had fun while learning oodles and oodles. (Oodles is data terminology for tons… or a lot.. or bunches.) As discussed, here’s a copy of my abstract posted … Continue reading

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10 Miles West of Stonewall, a Queer Newark Oral History Game

Like Drew wrote in his blog, I would like to express how much I enjoyed this class! Even though I was hopped up on sugar and wine, I felt a twinge of sadness to leave you all at the final … Continue reading

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Exploring Magical Realism: A Digital Spatio-Temporal Map of a Literary Genre

Before I summarize my grant proposal, I want to convey to everyone how much I enjoyed this course. Back in January I knew next to nothing about the digital or the public humanities, but the atmosphere in class was such … Continue reading

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