Digital Projects

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.

Student Projects

Students in the library's Digital Humanities Fellowships, Kolbe Fellowship, and other independent research programs at Gettysburg College created the following digital projects. 

Selected Classroom Digital Projects