Mapping American Social Movements: A Digital Project Review

The Mapping American Social Movements project is created by Professor James  N. Gregory (refer to the project’s homepage below). The site is associated with the University of Washington. In addition to mentioned institute, the project collaborates with the Networked Labor project that is managed at UCLA by Professor Tobias Higbie. Professor Gregory is not the … Continue reading Mapping American Social Movements: A Digital Project Review

The Eugenics Movement: A Digital Archive Review

Ben McMahen, who is a product developer, and the Eugenics Archive Technical Team paired with Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada to create the Eugenics Archive (refer to screenshot of the homepage below). The Eugenics Archive Technical Team consists of several positions, such as film translators, research assistants, and MA/ PhD students. The … Continue reading The Eugenics Movement: A Digital Archive Review

Black History and Culture: Digital Exhibit Review

Today our nation is struggling more than ever to understand the different perspectives and plights of the various cultures who encompass it. African Americans in particular are still battling the injustices afforded to them over one hundred and fifty years after the abolishment of slavery in the United States. The Black History and Culture digital exhibit produced … Continue reading Black History and Culture: Digital Exhibit Review