Category Archives: Digital Humanities

French Students Create Digital Magazine

  Students from French 4560 class (The Contemporary French and Francophone World: The French Avant-Garde) taught by Dr. Marylaura Papalas, Assistant Professor of French, created a Digital Humanities project for the Spring 2018 semester. After studying literary, artistic, and cultural representations in experimental journals of the 20th century, the students published their own Digital Avant-Garde Magazine with original manifestos in

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Digital Scholarship. Students Use Technology to Tell Stories.

(Photo by Cliff Hollis) Sept. 23, 2016 By Lacey Gray and Doug Boyd Although digital scholarship got started a couple of decades ago, it is now surging at ECU: Thomas Herron, English: “Centering Spenser: A Digital Resource for Kilcolman Castle”
 Karin Zipf, history, and Margaret Bauer, English: the Wilmington Massacre of 1898
 Jennifer McKinnon, history, and collaborator: The Battle of

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