Digital Scholarship Projects

The following are examples of digital projects at Gettysburg College. While not an exhaustive list, it is an introduction to what is possible.

Gettysburg College Digital Projects

The Jack Peirs Project - Involves multiple aspects of digital scholarship, including transcription, mapping, timelines, and social media; the project is maintained by a team from the Civil War Institute and Musselman Library Special Collections.

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.

Digital Scholarship Summer Fellowship 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

HIST-301 Public History Digital Exhibits

Uproar on Campus: Student Protests in the Vietnam War Era - A digital exhibit created for History 301 - Introduction to Public History, Spring 2016.

The Southern Tradition of Civil War Commemoration: Carolina and The Southern Cross Magazine - A digital exhibit created for History 301 - Introduction to Public History, fall 2014 - Sean Hough '16, Thomas Nank '16, and Steven Semmel '16.

"It's Still My School and I am Entitled to It!": The Little Rock Nine Desegregation Crisis - A digital exhibit created for History 301 - Introduction to Public History, fall 2014 - Jake Farias '16, Estelle Reed '16, and Abby Rolland '15.

Contact Musselman Library's Digital Scholarship Committee at LibraryDS@gettysburg.edu