Category Archives: Digital History

Historical Research Data – Planning for Digital Possibilities

The Issue How can historians use research data (i.e. photos, oral histories, text) in new ways? I think a lot about data these days. As a CLIR Fellow in Digital Scholarship at the University at Buffalo, I am concerned with … Continue reading

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Community Connections in the Digital Humanities

In June and July of this year I moved from a community-based non-profit to a research library at an R1 institution. At the Marian Cheek Jackson Center in Chapel Hill, NC, I managed the development of a public-facing digital oral … Continue reading

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Social History and the Power of Naming

As a social historian, I love weaving together the small fragments of history into a story. I can’t speak for all social historians, but I think many of us share a desire to upend hierarchies of power by uncovering the … Continue reading

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Starting Anew

I created this site over a year ago with the intention of developing a professional online presence and sharing my forays into digital history. Life got in the way and I realized I was too focused on becoming an expert … Continue reading

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