Tri-Co Digital Humanities

Liberal Arts for a Networked World

Greenfield Center: Brenna Levitin

This post is part of a series on the Tri-Co DH Summer ’14 Interns. Brenna Levitin (BMC ’16) is working with the The Albert M. Greenfield Digital Center for the History of Women’s Higher Education.   If you’re familiar with Bryn Mawr College, you’re probably familiar with its lesbian-leaning stereotype. Upon further research, though, it’s difficult [...]

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Early Novels Database: Treasure Tinsley

This post is part of a series on the Tri-Co DH Summer ’14 Interns. Treasure Tinsley (SC ’15) is working with the Early Novels Database.   For a designer, visualizing data always presents certain difficulties of representation, bias, and legibility. However, when working with the digital humanities, as the data becomes more subjective, these difficulties [...]

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