2019 Digital History Methods Projects

This is the landing page for Spring 2019 links to student projects for Digital History Methods.

Full Project Drafts

Digital Project Proposals

Print Project Proposals

  1. The Changing Language of Reproductive Justice – Maren
  2. Virtual Landscapes: Exploring America Through Video Games – Melyssa
  3. Ireland’s Reaction to the Age of Revolution – Kaylee
  4. Digital Voices App – AJ
  5. Virtual Tours – Emily
  6. How do people rate history? – Ike
  7. The Evolution of Jazz Terminology – Olivia
  8. A Macroanalysis of FRUS: Topic Modeling Middle Eastern Policy
  9. Black Lives Matter and the Rise of Social Media Activism – Sierra
  10. Shifting subjects in popular mystery fiction – Katherine
  11. The Rise of Podcasts – Sasha
  12. Learning from USHMM’s Latest Citizen History Initiative – Sara
  13. Can Everyone Be A Cartographer? – Katie
  14. Crowd-Sourcing Jasenovac: Wikipedia as Memory and the Production of the Past – Alex
  15. Social Media and Its Role in Holocaust Remembrance – Laura
  16. Mapping Queer D.C.
  17.  ‘Overlooked’ by the New York Times meets Wikipedia
  18. Virtual Reality as Exhibition—Historium Bruges and Digital Experience