Results for: Digital Arts and Humanities
Digital Arts and Humanities
Article ItemWebsite Offers Insights into the History of African American Perspectives on the Fourth of July , article
The “African American Fourth of July” website summarizes the findings of Virginia Tech students who researched seven historical African American newspapers to trace the changing connotations of Independence Day.
Article ItemDigital humanities hub Athenaeum offers space for Tyechia Thompson to push boundaries , article
Thompson used technology to transform a traditional publishing project into a choose-your-own-adventure exploration into history and literature.
Article ItemData in Social Context project draws attention of Library of Congress , article
Students in an Introduction to Data in Social Context course dove into powerful images of child labor in the early 1900s, drawing the attention of the Library of Congress.
Article ItemDestruction and displacement: History professor earns grant to explore effects of interstate highway system , article
Currently, no mapping systems exist to pinpoint every community affected by the displacement and environmental destruction of the interstate highway system in the United States. LaDale Winling, an associate professor of history at Virginia Tech, is determined to change that.
Article ItemVirtual VE Day celebrates volunteers and more than 200,000 World War II document transcriptions , article
The virtual event celebrated the completion of a crowdsourcing drive to transcribe handwritten survey responses from World War II soldiers as part of The American Soldier project.
Article ItemVirginia Tech and Radford University collaboration sparks a new approach to performing history , article
When the collaborative effort of two theatre professors from two universities found themselves unable to present a live performance, they enlisted colleagues to help their students create a whole new paradigm of social justice theatre.
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Article ItemStudent majoring in creative technologies in music develops software for tech company , article
“The opportunity to write code with an actual company for a software I was familiar with and enjoyed was amazing,” said Rachel Hachem, a senior majoring in creative technologies in music. “I felt like I was experiencing something not many undergraduates can.”
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