This is a selection of Digital Humanities projects done at Gettysburg College that include contributions from students, faculty, and librarians.
Gettysburg College Digital Projects
- The First World War Letters of H.J.C. Peirs – Involves multiple aspects of digital scholarship, including transcription, mapping, timelines, and social media; the project is maintained by Ian Isherwood, Amy Lucadamo, R.C. Miessler, and student research assistants.
- What We Did Here: Activism at Gettysburg College – A crowd-sourced digital collection devoted to documenting the discourse that has occurred on campus surrounding issues of race, gender, sexuality, political affiliation, religion, and class.
- The Vietnam Memory Project – This website is a place where members of the Gettysburg College Community can deposit scans and digital files of photographs, documents (letters, diaries, military documents), stories, audio recordings, and other materials documenting their experiences and memories of the Vietnam War period.
Students in the library's Digital Humanities Fellowships, Kolbe Fellowship, and other independent research programs at Gettysburg College created the following digital projects.
- “Hello Coed!” A 1950s History of Gettysburg College Women – Keira Koch ’19
- Media Bias in Adams County: The 2016 Election – Erik Carneal ’21
- Stories in the Streets: An Interactive History of Gettysburg – Emma Lewis ’20
- College and Community in Adams County – Michaela Crow ’19
- The Boys are Marching: A Digital Analysis of Civil War Sheet Music – Christina Noto ’19
- Your Friend and Classmate: Following the West Point Class of June 1861 Through the American Civil War – Julia Wall ’19
- Constructing the Past – Maci Mark ’21
- This is Why We Fight: Student Activism at Gettysburg College – Lauren White ’18
- American Gothic for Students – Madison Cramer ’19
- Augment Your Past – Hoang Anh Just ’21
- Gettysburg College: A Diversity Story – Ivana Lopez Espinosa ’19
- Redefining Populism Beyond the West – Emma Poff ’22
- I Can Hardly Believe the Changes – Emma Lewis ’20
- Visual Novels as Digital Storytelling – Emmarie Toppan ’20
- Remembering Gettysburg: From Memorial to Stage – Gauri Mangala ’21
- How Do We Fit In? – Augusta Pendergast ’19
- Cambodian Refugees' Resettlement Experience from 1975-1990 – Theary Heang '24
- The Blood of Patriots and Tyrants – Ben Johnson '22
- Lilith through the Times: Demoness to Feminist Icon – Shukirti Khadka '24
- Gettysburg College's Majestic Theater: A Big Role in a Small Town – Carlee Mayo '22
- Comedic Timing: The Evolution of 20th Century American Comedy – Nicole Parisi '23
- Absealom and Eteri: The First Original Georgian Opera – Ana Vashakmadze '22
- Martin Luther: The Face of the Reformation - Sophia Gravenstein '22
- Artful Nature and the Legacy of Maria Sibylla Merian - Emily Roush '21 and Shannon Zeltmann '21
- Legacies of Agency: A History of Student-Led Civic Engagement at Gettysburg College - Alyssa Gruneberg '24
- What About the Children? Children During the Civil Rights Movement - Anali Matthew '23
- Poster Patriots: Constructing Patriotism Through U.S. War Propaganda - Mav Schmidt '24
Selected Classroom Digital Projects
- Sociology Capstone Digital Portfolios – SOC 400 (Capstone Seminar) Fall 2020-Present, Cassie Hays
- Shaping Perceptions of War: Propaganda Posters of World War II – HIST 301 (Introduction to Public History) Fall 2019, Jill Titus
- Music and Spectacle: A Visual Representation of Sound in the Context of War – MUS CLAS 442 (Topics Seminar) Spring 2019, Marta Robertson
- Gettysburg Cyclorama: A Digital Annotation – HIST 301 (Introduction to Public History) Fall 2018, Jill Titus
- Digital Cultures and Online Behavior – SOC 250 (Sociology of Digital Cultures and Online Behaviors) Fall 2018, Alecea Standlee
- Wonders of Nature and Artifice: The Renaissance Quest for Knowledge – ARTH 284 (Wonders of Nature and Artifice) and FYS 188 (Exploration of the Marvelous) Fall 2017, Felicia Else and Kay Etheridge