Scott Nesbit moderated the panel, “New Media and the Future of Civil War History” at the Gettysburg College conference, The Future of Civil War History: Looking Beyond the 150th.
The Digital Scholarship Lab has been awarded a $750,000 grant from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation for the digital atlas of American history project.
Ed Ayers presented the keynote at the Annual Educause Conference in Denver entitled “Discovery in a Digital World”.
The Chronicle of Higher Education has written an article on the DSL’s latest project, “Visualizing Emancipation.”
This blog follows and maps Elizabeth Goltra journey along the Oregon Trail during the spring and summer of 1853.
“Visualizing Emancipation” has launched! The project maps the end of slavery during the American Civil War using military correspondence, newspapers, and letters and diaries.
Visualizing Emancipation maps documentary evidence about when, where, and how slavery fell apart during the American Civil War.
Nathan Altice recently delivered his paper “Tool-Assisted” at the Chicago Colloquium on Digital Humanities & Computer Science. The paper discusses videogame speedruns on the Nintendo Entertainment System, console emulation, and the ‘plasticity’ of computer platforms.