Toward a Critically Engaged Digital Practice

American Studies and the Digital Humanities

American Quarterly, September 2018, Volume 70, Number 3

Throughout the American Quarterly special issue, authors discuss digital projects that are forging an American studies approach to the digital humanities. This site features the peer reviewed projects described in the Project section, projects discussed in the Articles and Reviews sections, and the receipients fo the Garfinkel Prize. Select a project below to explore.

TranformDH TransformDH
Saving Our Live Hearing Our Truths Saving Our Lives Hearing Our Truths
Mapping Access Mapping Access
Tweets of a Native Son Tweets of a Native Son
DASH-Amerikan DASH-Amerikan
Mapping Inequality Mapping Inequality
Chicana Por Mi Raza Chicana Por Mi Raza
American Prison Writing Archive American Prison Writing Archive
Race and the Digital Race and the Digital
Digital Paxton Digital Paxton
Anti-Eviction Mapping Project Anti-Eviction Mapping Project
Chicana Diasporic Chicana Diasporic
The Grit and Glamour of Queer LA Subculture The Grit and Glamour of Queer LA Subculture
Renewing Inequality Renewing Inequality
Keweenaw Time Traveler Keweenaw Time Traveler
Early African American Film Early African American Film
Island of the Blue Dolphins Island of the Blue Dolphins

A special thank you to the University of Richmond Digital Scholarship Lab for developing this page — AQ Special Issue editors