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College of CharlestonRemembering Individuals, Remembering Communitieshttp://ldhi.library.cofc.edu/exhibits/show/septima_clark2013"Remembering Individuals, Remembering Communities interprets and maps the life and work of Septima Poinsette Clark (1898-1987), to provide insights into her experiences as an African American civil rights educator, activist, and native of Charleston, South Carolina." Includes historical information and an interactive map.Leah Worthington
DukeBehind the Veil: Documenting African American Life in the Jim Crow Southhttp://library.duke.edu/digitalcollections/behindtheveil/19921997"A selection of 410 recorded oral history interviews chronicling African-American life during the age of legal segregation in the American South, from the 1890s to the 1950s." Includes digitized resources and audio recordings of interviews.William ChafeNEH RO22364-92$340,000
DukeDigital Durhamhttp://digitaldurham.duke.edu/2006"The Digital Durham website offers students, teachers, and researchers a range of primary sources with which they can investigate the economic, social, cultural, and political history of a post-bellum southern community." Includes digitized primary source material and teaching resources.Trudi Abel
DukeTasveer Ghar: A Digital Network of South Asian Popular Visual Culturehttp://www.tasveerghar.net/2006"Tasveer Ghar is a trans-national virtual “home” for collecting, digitizing, and documenting various materials produced by South Asia’s exciting popular visual sphere including posters, calendar art, pilgrimage maps and paraphernalia, cinema hoardings, advertisements, and other forms of street and bazaar art." Includes digitized primary source material.Sumathi Ramaswamy
DukeHolocaust Geographieshttp://holocaustgeographies.geo.txstate.edu/2007"The Holocaust Geographies Collaborative is a multi-institutional, collaborative research group that uses mapping and geography to examine spaces and places of the Holocaust." Includes an archive of data visualization and mapping projects.Paul Jaskot
DukeManos Teatraleshttp://manosteatrales.org/20092010"Manos Teatrales es un proyecto en colaboración dirigido por Margaret R. Greer (Duke University) y dedicado al análisis de los miles de manuscritos del teatro clásico español de finales del XVI hasta principios del XVIII que se han conservado."Margaret GreerNEH HD-50578-09$50,000
DukePauli Murray Project Durham Civil and Human Rights Map, Thehttp://www.durhamcivilrightsmap.org/2009"You are invited to select a marker, on the map or in the full list, to learn more about our community's efforts to promote social justice and equality for everyone." Includes an interactive historical map.Barbara Lau
DukeMemory Towerhttp://virtualreality.duke.edu/project/memory-tower/2010"The Memory Tower is a full-immersion virtual reality environment exploring the neural mechanisms behind the stabilization and reorganization of memory traces during sleep (termed memory consolidation)." Includes VR program with audio and text information.Timothy J. Senior
DukeMedieval Kingdom of Sicily Image Database, Thehttp://kos.aahvs.duke.edu/index.php2011"This website collects historic images of the medieval monuments and cities in the Kingdom of Sicily. This body of imagery is vast and spread among public and private collections, museums, archives and libraries in many different countries." Includes records and historical information.Caroline Bruzelius
Dukes_traitshttp://www.johnsupko.com/s_traits2011"s_traits is a new album of generative electronic music written by composer John Supko and media artist Bill Seaman on the Manchester, UK label Cotton Goods. s_traits is the product of three minds: two human, one artificial." Includes audio recordings.John Supko
DukeDigital Militarismhttp://www.sup.org/books/title/?id=2302220122015"This book traces the rise of Israeli digital militarism in this global context—both the reach of social media into Israeli military theaters and the occupation's impact on everyday Israeli social media culture." Includes links to the book.Rebecca Stein
DukeGoing Global in Mughal Indiahttp://sites.duke.edu/globalinmughalindia/2013"My digital muraqqa’ pays homage to this important and intriguing art of the book by mimicking some aspects of its form, even while adapting and updating it for a scholarly project of the twenty-first century." Includes a digital book with images and historican text.Sumathi Ramaswamy
DukeNetwork Ecologieshttp://scalar.usc.edu/works/network-ecologies/index2013A multimedia digital scholarly publication that reflects on network ecologies in a variety of fields.Amanda Starling Gould
DukeOne Person, One Vote Pilot Projecthttp://onevotesncc.org/about/one-person-one-vote-project/2013"[The One Person, One Vote: The Legacy of SNCC and the Fight for Voting Rights documentary website] draws in documents, photographs, and audiovisual materials found at Duke and other SNCC-related collections in repositories across the country and uses them to chronicle the historic struggles for voting rights that youth, converging with older community leaders, fought for and won." Includes historical information, maps, and multimedia sources.William Chafe
DukeSNCC Digital Gateway: Learn from the Past, Organize for the Future, Make Democracy Workhttp://snccdigital.org2013Includes historical materials and interviews.Karlyn Forner
DukeSonic Dictionaryhttp://sites.fhi.duke.edu/audiovisualities/preview/sonic-dictionary/2013"The SONIC DICTIONARY is a multi-course collaborative experiment hosted by the Audiovisualities Lab. Our goal is to build a digital database of sounds that can be accessed and searched freely as if it were a “dictionary.”" Includes project description for audio recordings.Mary Caton Lingold
DukeCarolingian Networkshttp://sites.fhi.duke.edu/ecologyofnetworks/letters-from-distant-lands-carolingian-intellectuals-and-their-networks/2014A research project about "Carolingian intellectuals and their networks." Includes text analysis and data visualizations.Clare Woods
DukeDigital Athenshttp://www.dukewired.org/projects/digital-athens/2014"The aim of this project is to produce a comprehensive digital map and database of the archaeological remains of ancient Athens." Includes interactive maps.Sheila Dillon
DukeManifest Datahttp://s-1lab.org/project/manifest-data/20142015"Manifest Data inverts the neo-Marxian stance that the digital universe literally melts all that is solid into air by translating personal web browsing data into a 3D printed sculpture... In Manifest Data, the S-1 Lab uses localized network analysis tools to capture the content and destination of user-scattered cookie crumbs dropped, most often unknowingly and unintentionally, during Internet browsing sessions. The S-1 Lab then translates that data into point-cloud coordinates for visual modelling software that communicates with a MakerBot 3D printer." Includes a project write-up and examples of physical models.Amanda Starling Gould
DukeParis of Watershttp://www.dukewired.org/projects/paris-of-waters/2014"Paris of Waters is a research project that focuses on the impact of water on the demographic, social, architectural, and urban development of the city of Paris through time." Includes project information.Gaby Bloom
DukeProject Voxhttp://projectvox.library.duke.edu/2014"Project Vox concerns an important, relatively recent, scholarly development in philosophy: the acknowledgement that a number of early modern women have been unjustly ignored in our narratives of the history of philosophy." Includes images and teaching materials.Liz Milewicz
DukeAnthroposcenehttp://anthroposcene.trinity.duke.edu/2015"Anthroposcene seeks to develop a visual record so scholars can analyze how a certain group of people are seeing and interpreting climate change and the concept of the anthropocene. " Includes an archive of Instagram posts.Brian Norberg
DukeBorder Odysseyhttp://www.borderodyssey.com/2015"Border Odyssey is an exploration of the U.S./Mexico border and the challenges it presents for the people of both nations." Includes a book and an acompanying website with an interactive map and teaching materials.Charles D. Thompson, Jr.
DukeMapping Literary Visionshttp://www.meredithgoldsmith.com/20152017"On this website, users can explore novelistic terrain, gain insight into the cultural context of the texts depicted, and learn to map their own favorite literary works." Includes tools and examples for users to create their own literary maps.Meredith Goldsmith
DukePortrait of Venice, Ahttp://www.dukewired.org/projects/a-portrait-of-venice/2015"This innovative exhibition opens at Duke’s Nasher Museum of Art in September 2017... Along with the mural-sized, first state print from the Minneapolis Institute of Arts, the exhibition features a number of interactive digital engagements that bring the city to life."Kristin L. Huffman
Duke3D Duke Chapelhttp://sketchfab.com/models/8ec8b87123814ca4be3a38c6035efb2b2016"A photogrammetric point cloud shot from 1430 photos at Duke Chapel." Includes a 3D photogrammetry model of the chapel.Ed Triplett
DukeCarceral Studies Networkhttp://carceralstudies.duke.edu/2016"The Carceral Studies Network hosts resources for those seeking to teach or learn about prisons, policing, and the carceral state. " Includes teaching materials with historical and current information.Jessica Namakkal
DukeCinema Numerique Ambulant, Social Media and Identity Politicshttp://ahs.trinity.duke.edu/2017/03/10/cna.html20162017A research project focusing on West African cinema and the mobile film unit CNA. Includes ful web-formatted text and interactive maps.Amadou Fofana
DukeGhett/Apphttp://www.guidigo.com/iHuiQo6s_kk2016"Our focus is on helping you understand easily urban change over time. For this purpose, we have created a layered augmented reality environment with textual descriptions/audio and instructions at each point of interest." Includes a mobile app with augmented reality recreations of the Venician ghetto. (Connected with Visualizing Venice)Victoria Szabo
DukeActivating History for Justice at Dukehttp://www.activatinghistoryatduke.com/2017"We hope that with the information found here, Duke University will seek to identify and celebrate its diverse forbears, among them those who have changed the status quo, worked in service of the university, fostered a sense of community, and began precedents for our achievements." Incldues an archive of work ("story bank") as well as audio/visual educational materials.Robin Kirk
DukeBook of Fortresseshttp://www.bookoffortresses.org/2017"The aim of the Book of Fortresses project is to spatially reconstruct an exceptional architectural source from early modern Portugal called the Livro das Fortalezas (Book of Fortresses)." Includes 3 models and images of sites.Ed Triplett
DukeEcosystem Data Visualizationhttp://hbef.streampulse.org/2017"Ecosystem Data Visualization: using long-term ecological research data to make the fascinating and complex ecosystem dynamics fun to understand." Includes interactive data visualization for ecological data, open-source and on GitHub.Emily Bernhardt
DukeBuilding Duke: The Architectural History of Duke Campus from 1924 to the Presenthttp://bassconnections.duke.edu/project-teams/building-duke-architectural-history-duke-campus-1924-present-2018-20192018"[Building Duke] will culminate in a relational database of textual and visual archival material on the architectural history of Duke campus; an interactive digital 3D model of campus developments since the 1920s; a series of multimedia thematic narratives on history of the campus; and a series of augmented reality tours." Includes a project description and detailed plan.John Edinger
DukeDictionary of Art Historianshttp://arthistorians.info1986"A biographical and methodological database intended as a beginning point to learning the background of major art historians of western art history. Includes an online database listing names, bibliographies, and descriptions of art historians.Lee R. SorensenHannah Jacobs
DukeMapping Stereotomyhttp://www.dukewired.org/projects/mapping-stereotomy/20172018"Mapping Stereotomy is a database dedicated to stereotomy, the art of cutting stones into particular shapes for the construction of vaulted structures."Sara GallettiKristin Huffman
DukeLives of Things, Thehttp://www.dukewired.org/projects/the-lives-of-things/2012"The goal of the “Lives of Things” project is to create new interactive displays and hybrid digital/physical exhibition platforms that reconstruct thelocation, color, and meaning of works of art in the collections of the Nasher Museum of Art." Includes project potential and examples of interactive apps for museum use.Caroline BruzeliusMark Olson
DukeVisualizing Venicehttp://www.visualizingvenice.org2009"[The goals of Visualizing Venice] are two: to enhance the understanding of the city, the lagoon, and its region as an on-going process of change and transformation over time, and to communicate new knowledge about place and space to the public through portable devices and on the Visualizing Venice website." Includes 3D models and animations as well as teaching materials and orgaizational information.Caroline BruzeliusMark Olson, Victoria Szabo
Duke3D Catalhoyukhttp://digitalhumanities.duke.edu/projects/3d-catalhoyuk20092013"Combining archaeological fieldwork with three-dimensional technology, the 3D Catalhoyuk project provides a reconstruction of all phases of the Catalhoyuk, Turkey excavations, along with 3D data recordings of the most important artifacts.​" Includes 3D reconstructions and recordings.Regis KopperMaurizio Forte
DukeFort Ross Virtual Warehousehttp://www.digitalheritage2013.org/fort-ross/2011"Fort Ross Virtual Warehouse project is a cultural communication initiative which seeks to transfer to park visitors and young students the significance of Fort Ross heritage in relation to North Pacific exploration and California History." Inlcudes a conference paper and a 3D interactive game recreation built in Unity.Nicola LercariMaurizio ForteCalifornia State Parks, University of California Merced
DukeRegium@Lepidi 2200http://diglab.org/portfolio/regiumlepidi-2200/2013"The aim of this project is to enhance the cultural heritage of the city of Reggio Emilia, Italy through the promotion and recognition of its historical significance." Inlcudes a virtual museum.Nevio DanelonMaurizio Forte
DukeNC Jukeboxhttp://ncjukebox.trinity.duke.edu/20162017"This project is focused on transforming an inaccessible audio archive of historic North Carolina folk music into a vital, publicly accessible digital archive and museum exhibition. " Includes modernized audio recordings and metadata about the music.Trudi AbelWinston Atkins, Louise Meintjes, Victoria Szabo, Laura Williams
East Carolina UniversityCentering Spenser: A Digital Resource for Kilcolman Castlehttp://core.ecu.edu/umc/Munster/virtual-tour.html2014"Centering Spenser is a website focusing on the colonial settlement in Munster (in southwestern Ireland) and the associated writing of Edmund Spenser (1552?-1599), one of the great poets of the English renaissance." Includes a 3D model of Spenser's castle and various interactive maps.Thomas Herron
NCCUTransforming NCCU Rhetoricshttp://nccurhetoric.atavist.com/rhetorics-of-nccu2017"Composed by the members of the 2018 History of Rhetoric course at NCCU, this project showcases historical and contemporary rhetorical artifacts that reflect the values, commitments, and aspirations of our community."Julie NelsonDuke
NCSUPiers Plowman Electronic Archivehttp://piers.chass.ncsu.edu/1994"The Piers Plowman Electronic Archive, a collaborative open-access project, presents the rich textual tradition of Piers Plowman, a fourteenth-century allegorical dream vision attributed to William Langland...The Archive enables instructors, students, and researchers to explore late medieval literary and manuscript culture through the many variations of Piers Plowman." Includes digitized text versions of the poem and teaching resources.Jim Knowles
NCSUVisual-Culture Narrative Lineshttp://www.visualnarrative.ncsu.edu/research/2003"The Visual-Culture Narrative Lines (VCNL) Project is an interactive, relational database... Within the database, scholars construct new interpretive frames working out from visual materials, developing historical narratives based on images with captions, metadata, as well as the visual relations to other images which the database helps reveal." Includes a relational database.Sandria Freitag
NCSUMedieval Electronic Scholarly Alliance (MESA)http://www.mesa-medieval.org/2010"The Medieval Electronic Scholarly Alliance (MESA) is a federated international community of scholars, projects, institutions, and organizations engaged in digital scholarship within the field of medieval studies." Includes an online archive of projects and teaching materials.Timothy L. Stinson
NCSUOxford Friars Project, Thehttp://oxfordfriars.wordpress.ncsu.edu/2010"The Oxford Friars project virtually reconstructs the medieval Franciscan and Dominican foundations in Oxford in the 13th to 16th centuries." Includes a historical film.Jim Knowles
NCSUVictoria's Lost Pavilionhttp://pavilion.chass.ncsu.edu/2013"The 3D virtual model of [Queen Victoria and Prince Albert's garden pavilion at Buckingham Palace] was constructed from topographical and architectural information from a set of historical documents, including Gruner’s Decorations as well as archival drawings from the Royal Archives and the single extant photograph of the building." Includes book chapters and a 3D model built in Unreal.Paul Fyfe
NCSUThe Siege of Jerusalemhttp://siegeofjerusalem.org/2013"The Siege of Jerusalem Electronic Archive is an interactive platform for the study of manuscript copies of the 14th-century poem The Siege of Jerusalem that features transcriptions, descriptions, and images of all known manuscript versions of the poem."Tim StinsonUniversity of Oxford, University of CambridgeNEH
NCSUNineteenth Century Newspaper Analyticshttp://ncna.dh.chass.ncsu.edu/2014"This site reports on an ongoing interdisciplinary partnership to discover what computational methods can help researchers pursue new historical questions about the circulation of ideas, mass visual culture, and the patterns of text and image in the nineteenth-century press." Includes methods and examples of research.Paul Fyfe
NCSUShooting Warshttp://www.lib.ncsu.edu/display/transfer/shooting_wars/2014"'Shooting Wars' explores select American conflicts through the eyes and camera lenses of documentarians." Includes video presentations.Marsha Gordon
NCSUVirtual MLKhttp://vmlk.chass.ncsu.edu/2014"Here, for the first time, using advanced digital and audio technology, we provide an opportunity for scholars, students and citizens to experience and explore [Martin Luther King Jr.'s“A Creative Protest” or “Fill Up the Jails”] speech." Includes recordings of the renactment and historical and project information.Victoria Gallagher
NCSUDigital Dickens Notes Projecthttp://dickensnotes.com/2015"The DDNP is digitizing and exploring Charles Dickens’s Working Notes–pages on which he recorded ideas, plans, and memoranda while he was writing–in order to reveal how his novels developed during their serial composition." Includes prototype images and descriptions of interactive notes.Anna Gibson
NCSUMapping the Mahjarhttp://ncsu.maps.arcgis.com/apps/MapJournal/index.html?appid=557f6c3ae8004de08f1eedebfda952da2015"Supplementing this directory with census, passport, and naturalization records the Khayrallah Center is able to provide, for the first time, an intimate look into the lives of early 20th century Lebanese-American business owners." Inlcudes historical information accompanying an interactive ArcGIS map.
NCSUBoundaries of Naturehttp://www.visualnarrative.ncsu.edu/projects/boundaries-of-nature/2016"This project investigates the spatial and environmental history of the establishment of the Iguazú National Park in Argentina and the Iguaçu National Park in Brazil." Includes interactive maps and archived images.Frederico Freitas
NCSUNC HB2: A Citizens' Historyhttp://nchb2history.omeka.chass.ncsu.edu/2016"NC HB2: A Citizens' History is an archive of materials related to North Carolina's House Bill 2, passed by the legislature on March 23, 2016 in a special session and signed into law by Governor Pat McCrory on that same day." Includes a digital archive with text, images, and video.Tammy Gordon
NCSUNetworks of Architecture and Developmenthttp://omeka.design.ncsu.edu/omeka/neatline/fullscreen/the-rebel-cities-project#records/5742016"The Networks of Architecture and Development website is the beginning of an investigation that explores the geography of international cooperation and social and economic development during the post-World War II period." Includes an interactive map.Burak Erdim
NCSUVirtual St. Paul's Cathedral Projecthttp://vpcp.chass.ncsu.edu/2013"In time, this site will host a visual model of St Paul’s Cathedral and the surrounding churchyard, together with a recreation of worship for Easter Sunday 1624, with all the liturgical events of the day, including choir and organ music plus a sermon in the morning by Bishop Lancelot Andrewes and a sermon in the afternoon by John Donne, Dean of the cathedral." Includes visual models, acoustic models, and historical information.John WallDavid Hill
NCSUHyperrhiz: New Media Cultureshttp://hyperrhiz.io/2005"...Hyperrhiz [is a] peer-reviewed online journal specializing in electronic literature, new media criticism and net art."Jason NelsonHelen Burgess
NCSUImmersive Scholarhttp://immersivescholar.org/2016"The grant brings together a cohort of institutions to complete projects related to the challenges in creating, disseminating, validating, and preserving digital scholarship for large-scale visual environments." Includes grant information, news, and personnel information.Jane AlexanderHelen BurgessCleveland Museum of Art, Harvard Libraries
NCSUHarambee Cityhttp://harambeecity.lib.miamioh.edu/2016"Harambee City: Congress of Racial Equality in Cleveland and the Rise of Black Power Populism is a monograph that explores the underlining conditions that led to Black Power’s rise in CORE and Cleveland’s relationship to this transition." Includes maps and interactive images with historical information.Nishani FrazierMarkus Wust
NCSUUrban Panoramahttp://www.visualnarrative.ncsu.edu/projects/urban-panorama/2016"The Urban Panorama Project is developing a method to assess urban change by introducing two novel elements in the craft of digital historians: 1) the use of historical images of streetscapes as primary sources; 2) the use of computer vision and machine learning in the geolocation and analysis of these images." Includes photographs and modeling of project plans.Frederico FreitasMatt Wu
UNC Chapel HillConsolidated Clothing and Costumes Archives (Costar) and The Non-Western Clothing Archive (Nowes Ark) http://costumes.unc.edu/costar/homes/Cloaks.jsp2002"The Consolidated Clothing and Costumes Archives (Cloaks) provides web support for several collections of garments associated, primarily, with university and professional theatrical costume programs." Includes high resolution pictures, historical information, and condition reports for Western and non-Western 19th century clothing.Bobbi Owen
UNC Chapel HillExcavating Occaneechi Townhttp://rla.unc.edu/dig/2003"Excavating Occaneechi Town will allow you, the public, to learn about the Occaneechi people's history and culture from a unique perspective. You will be able to interact with your computer terminal as if you were actually a member of the excavation team." Includes a CD-ROM with an accompanying website with an interactive game.R. P. Stephen Davis Jr.
UNC Chapel HillDocumenting the American South Collectionshttp://docsouth.unc.edu/docsouthdata/2004"Doc South Data provides access to some of the Documenting The American South collections in formats that work well with common text mining and data analysis tools." Includes plan text, XML/TEI, and a .csv table of contents for each archive.
UNC Chapel HillGoing to the Showhttp://gtts.oasis.unc.edu/index.html2006"Going to the Show documents and illuminates the experience of movies and moviegoing in North Carolina from the introduction of projected motion pictures (1896) to the end of the silent film era (circa 1930)." Includes interactive maps with historical data.Natasha SmithState Library of NC
UNC Chapel HillThomas E. Watson Papers: Digital Collectionhttp://docsouth.unc.edu/watson/20072009"This digital collection provides comprehensive access to the papers of Thomas E. Watson (1856-1922), a prominent Southern Populist politician, lawyer, and author." Includes digitized primary sources and finding aids.Natalia SmithSouthern Historical Collection, Carolina Digital Library and Archives
UNC Chapel HillAfrican American Performance Art Archivehttp://aapaa.org/about/2009"The African American Performance Art Archive (aapaa.org) makes crucial documentation of historically significant performances by African American artists available on-line to artists, scholars, and students in the spirit of intellectual exchange." Includes biographical resources and documentation of performance art pieces.John Bowles
UNC Chapel HillDriving Through Timehttp://docsouth.unc.edu/blueridgeparkway/2009"'Driving Through Time' now brings together for the first time a vast array of primary source materials documenting the Blue Ridge Parkway’s history from the 1930s to the present." Inclues photos, maps, letters, drawings, etc. as well as interactive elements like georeferencing and interactive maps.Natasha SmithState Library of NC
UNC Chapel HillEarly Maps of the American Southhttp://rla.unc.edu/emas/index.html2009"This site contains a large collection of historical maps that pertain to the American South, dating to the sixteenth through eighteenth centuries." Includes text and visual formats for each map.Vincas Steponaitis
UNC Chapel HillImage to XML (img2xml)http://github.com/hcayless/img2xml20092011"img2xml is a toolchain for linking images of text to transcriptions and annotations."Hugh CaylessNEH HD-50601-09$50,000
UNC Chapel HillCommemorative Landscapes of North Carolinahttp://docsouth.unc.edu/commland/2010"Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina documents the state's history through a spatially based presentation of commemorative monuments, shrines, and public art." Includes interactive timelines and maps, "virtual tours" and access to digital texts.Natalia (Natasha) SmithState Library of NC
UNC Chapel HillAntiquity À-la-cartehttp://awmc.unc.edu/wordpress/alacarte/2012/09/28/antiquity-a-la-carte-application/2011"The Antiquity À-la-carte application is a web-based GIS interface and interactive digital atlas of the ancient world, featuring accurate historical, cultural, and geographical data produced by the AWMC in addition to the entire Pleiades Project feature set." Includes a searchable, customizable, web-based map interface.Ryan Horne
UNC Chapel HillSouthern Oral History Programhttp://sohp.org/20112014"Since 1973, the Southern Oral History Program has worked to preserve the voices of the southern past. We have collected 6,000 interviews with people from all walks of life—from mill workers to civil rights leaders to future presidents of the United States." Includes recorded audio interviews, a database of interviews, and teaching materials.Rachel SeidmanSOHP
UNC Chapel HillDigital Portobelohttp://digitalportobelo.org/2013"Digital Portobelo: Art + Scholarship + Cultural Preservation is an interactive on-line collection of ethnographic interviews, photos, videos, art work, and archival material illuminating the rich culture and history of Portobelo, Panama–a small community located on the Caribbean coast of the Republic of Panama best known for its Spanish colonial heritage, its centuries old Black Christ festival, and an Afro-Latin community who call themselves and their cultural performance tradition 'Congo.'" Includes an interactive on-line collection of ethnographic interviews, photos, videos, art work, and archival material.Renee Alexander Craft
UNC Chapel HillLiving with Oil in Ecuadorhttp://crudeoil.web.unc.edu/2013"This project explores the experience of life-with-oil in the city of Esmeraldas, Ecuador." Includes interactive maps and information modules.Gabriela Valdivia
UNC Chapel HillMapping the Long Women's Movementhttp://lwm.prospect.unc.edu/2013"This project visualizes a collection of about fifty oral histories conducted with Appalachian women whose activism centered around space and place." Includes project and mapping information.Pamella Lach
UNC Chapel HillMedieval "First in Flight"http://medievalflight.web.unc.edu/2013"Medieval ‘First in Flight’ is an interdisciplinary project at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. It focuses on ‘Abbas Ibn Firnas (d. 887 AD), a celebrated polymath of Córdoba, the capital of early Islamic Spain. ‘Abbas Ibn Firnas is best known for conducting an early experiment in human flight." Includes images, video, and timeline information about the research.Glaire D. Anderson
UNC Chapel HillNancy Drew Digital Projecthttp://cdh.unc.edu/prsp-record/nancy-drew-digital-project/2013An undergraduate class project focusing on how text analysis data could show formulaic writing in children's Nancy Drew books (https://mjeffers606.wordpress.com/profile-presentation/).Michelle Robinson
UNC Chapel HillSeeing Syllabihttp://seeingsyllabi.web.unc.edu/2013An initiative to begin recording, preserving, and mapping syllabi for historical and educational use.Tessa Joseph-Nicholas
UNC Chapel HillUnbuilt Blue Ridge Parkwayhttp://unbuiltparkway.web.unc.edu/2013"The Unbuilt Blue Ridge Parkway exhibit brings together for the first time the stories of several Blue Ridge Parkway-related plans and proposals that were –- for a variety of reasons -– stillborn, killed, abandoned, or changed during the park’s now more than 75 year history." (Companion to "Driving Through Time") Includes historical materials and an interactive map.Anne Whisnant
UNC Chapel HillExploring Celtic Civilizationshttp://exploringcelticciv.web.unc.edu/2014"Exploring Celtic Civilizations is an online coursebook suitable for undergraduates introducing the field of Celtic Studies: the various kinds of evidence available about Celtic-speaking communities through over two millennia and the methods available for understanding them." Incldues text sources and archaeological artifacts through online exhibits and data visualizations.Michael Newton
UNC Chapel HillHow Do You Say It: Entiendelohttp://entiendelo.web.unc.edu/2014"The How Do You Say? project is an interdisciplinary and community service oriented project that exploits DH Press to layer, map and visualize information about the Spanish language varieties used to address Latin@ audiences in the prevention of intimate partner violence." Includes text analysis, data visualization, and a word glossary.Lucia Binotti
UNC Chapel HillIDEA (Isabella D'Este Archive)http://popprepertory.web.unc.edu/2014"Much of what we do in IDEA is to build bridges across disciplines, creating projects where scholars, artists, and performers in a variety of fields contribute their expertise toward a common goal." A collaborative project with American and Italian scholars that focuses on music and musical texts.Anne MacNeil
UNC Chapel HillNew Roots: Voices from North Carolinahttp://newroots.lib.unc.edu/2014"Since 2006, New Roots: Voices from Carolina del Norte archive has been documenting the changes in the Nuevo South by collecting stories of migration, settlement, and integration in North Carolina, a state that has faced extraordinary demographic transformations in the last 20 years."Hannah Gill
UNC Chapel HillArtistic Networks: Artists, Printers, and Authors in the Sixteenth Centuryhttp://ackland.org/holbein-kress-2016/20152016Cross-disciplinary project at the Ackland Art Museum to provide online exhibits and interactive displays of 16th-century art and artifacts, highlighting a 1550 illustrated title page for the Lexicon Graecolatinu[m]. Includes an interactive story map of the title page.Lauren Bellard
UNC Chapel HillCeltic Poets in North Americahttp://celticpoetsna.web.unc.edu/2015"This digital exhibit aims to bring attention to the poetry composed in North America in Celtic languages – Breton, Cornish, Irish, Manx, (Scottish) Gaelic and Welsh – by making (a selection of) poets and their work visible and accessible in digital form." Includes biographies, essays, and visualizations of author data in Prospect.Michael Newton
UNC Chapel HillDigital Feminists of Carolinahttp://digitalfeminists.web.unc.edu/2015"The Digital Feminists project seeks to give transparency to the significant questions of: who is doing digital humanities work at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill; what kind of work they are engaged in; how and why this digital labor matters in terms of wider gender dynamics in feminist practices." Includes video and audio interviews and writings from participants.Charlotte Fryar
UNC Chapel HillNames in Brick and Stone: Histories from UNC's Built Landscapehttp://unchistory.web.unc.edu/2015"To explore the histories of UNC’s buildings and their namesakes, we employ a combination of deeply researched long-form illustrated essays and a flexible visualization that assembles basic data about the over 250 structures that UNC’s Facilities Services Department classifies as “major buildings” (generally buildings over 5,000 square feet)." Inlcudes an interactive map.Anne Mitchell Whisnant
UNC Chapel HillProspect Data Visualizationhttp://prospect.unc.edu/2015"Prospect is a sophisticated web-app implemented as a plugin for WordPress that enables users to create and curate collections of structured data and then enable the wider public to visualize and access those collections." Includes tutorials and samples to instruct users.Michael Newton
UNC Chapel HillTangled Ossianic Webshttp://ossian.prospect.unc.edu/2015"This website is devoted to the tangled web of intertextuality and social networks that characterizes the literary production of “Ossianic” (or “Fenian”) literature in Gaelic and English." Includes background information and a visualization of the textual data in Prospect.Michael Newton
UNC Chapel HillCharlotte 1911http://dhpress.unc.edu/charlotte1911/2016“Charlotte 1911 is a collaborative project... whose mission is to 'engage a broad-based audience in the exploration and appreciation of the diverse history of the South since the Civil War, with a focus on Charlotte and the surrounding Carolina Piedmont." Includes an interactive map and historical background.Charlotte FryarLevine Museum of the New South
UNC Chapel HillGW Online: Bibliography, Filmography on “Gender, War and the Western World since 1600”http://gwonline.unc.edu/welcome2017"This project collects and organizes secondary literature, women’s autobiographies, films and informative websites on this subject to make them available to the public." Includes a searchable database of text and audio-visual materials.Karen Hagemann
UNC Chapel HillPhotogrammarhttp://photogrammar.yale.edu/2012"Photogrammar is a web-based platform for organizing, searching, and visualizing the 170,000 photographs from 1935 to 1945 created by the United States Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information (FSA-OWI)." Includes an interactive map.Laura WexlerCourtney RivardYale, University of Richmond
UNC Chapel HillDigital Munya Project, Thehttp://digitalmunya.web.unc.edu/2009"The digital munya project was a multidisciplinary effort to visualize this important medieval building type, its landscape setting, and its interior decoration." Includes a 3D interactive model of the building type, built in Unreal.Anselmo LastraGlaire AndersonDuke
UNC Chapel HillBlack Lunch Tablehttp://blacklunchtable.com/index.html2005"The Black Lunch Table (BLT) is an oral-history archiving project... The BLT’s primary aim is the production of discursive sites, wherein cultural producers engage in dialogue on a variety of critical issues." Includes information about the project and plans for a dynamic archive.Heather HartJina Valentine
UNC Chapel HillWilliam Blake Archive, Thehttp://www.blakearchive.org/1996"...the Blake Archive was conceived as an international public resource that would provide unified access to major works of visual and literary art that are highly disparate, widely dispersed, and more and more often severely restricted as a result of their value, rarity, and extreme fragility." Includes a digital, interactive archive of Blake's work.Morris EavesJoe ViscomiLibrary of Congress, University of Rochester
UNC Chapel HillBitCuratorhttp://bitcurator.net/2011"The BitCurator project was a joint effort ...to develop a system for collecting professionals that incorporates the functionality of many digital forensics tools... BitCurator addressed two fundamental needs for collecting institutions absent from software designed for the digital forensics industry: incorporation into the workflow of archives/library ingest and collection management environments, and provision of public access to the data." Includes access to repositories and wikis for the project.Cal LeeKam Woods, Sunitha Misra, Jacob Hill, Ryan ShawMaryland Institute for Technology in the Humanities
UNC Chapel HillRecovering Haytihttp://hayti.prospect.unc.edu/2011"This project maps over 200 homes and businesses using the photos and parcel appraisals from the Durham Urban Renewal Records." Includes an interactive map and lesson plans.Gabriel TimoteiMichael Newton
UNC Chapel HillNorth Carolina Mapshttp://web.lib.unc.edu/nc-maps/index.php20072010A project to digitize and describe North Carolina maps.Nicholas GrahamNatasha Smith, John Blythe, Druscie SimpsonState Library of NC
UNC Chapel HillPleiadeshttp://pleiades.stoa.org/2006"Pleiades gives scholars, students, and enthusiasts worldwide the ability to use, create, and share historical geographic information about the ancient world in digital form. At present, Pleiades has extensive coverage for the Greek and Roman world, and is expanding into Ancient Near Eastern, Byzantine, Celtic, and Early Medieval geography." Includes an interactive map.Roger BagnallRichard TalbertNYU
UNC Chapel HillMain Street Carolinahttp://mainstreet.lib.unc.edu/index.html20092011"Main Street, Carolina is designed to encourage and facilitate the production of digital projects about the history of towns and cities in North Carolina. We work in collaboration with local organizations around the state to originate, plan, and develop online projects that engage local audiences around the history of their communities through the "location" of multimedia content on historical maps." Includes project information and mapping information.Natalia SmithRobert AllenNEH HD-50809-09$50,000
UNC Chapel HillDigital Loray: Building Community Historyhttp://loraydigital.prospect.unc.edu/2013"'Digital Loray' curates the long, complex history of Gastonia, North Carolina’s iconic Loray Mill and the surrounding mill village. We use digital tools and technologies to tell the human stories of this place, from the Loray’s opening as a textile mill in 1902, through its operation as a Firestone plant between 1935-1993, to its renovation and reopening as a mixed-use development in 2015." Includes historical information and a digital archive.Julie DavisRobert Allen
UNC Chapel HillMedia and the Movement: Journalism, Civil Rights, and Black Power in the American Southhttp://mediaandthemovement.unc.edu/2013"An oral history project that aims to understand the media and activism ecosystem of the American South during the civil rights movement of the 1960s, 1970s, and 1980s." Includes digitized audio recordings of interviews and preserved audio records.Joshua DavisSeth KotchUniversity of Baltimore
UNC Chapel HillRed Recordhttp://lynching.web.unc.edu/2015"A Red Record aims to identify and mark the locations of lynchings in North Carolina and South Carolina, and over time, all the states in the former Confederacy, provide access to relevant manuscript material about lynching events, remember the targets of lynching as whole persons with families, jobs, and identities beyond that of victims, offer users both broad and specific information about lynching for research, teaching, and other uses, create a space for one facet of an important conversation about race, violence, and power in the United States." Includes historical information and a map.Elijah GaddisSeth KotchHumanities for the Public Good
UNC Chapel HillPsychasthenia 2http://psychasthenia-studio.com/psychasthenia2.html2012"Psychasthenia 2 is an interactive artwork that explores the culture of psychological diagnosis and treatment within the context of a highly mediated consumer culture that often produces the ills it purports to treat." Incldues an interactive 3D game and environment created in Unity.Joyce RudinskyVictoria SzaboDuke
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