Archives: Projects

// Critical Media Studies: Student Essays on THE WIRE

Original student essays on the themes and players in the five seasons of the series, “The Wire,” compiled and published as a book, “Critical Media Studies: Student Essays on THE WIRE.”

// JPN 153

Students in Yasuko Takata Rallings’ Intermediate Japanase course created maps using Google My Maps to capture the experience of a student studying abroad in Japan and living with a host family.

// Keywords

Students in Ryan Shirey’s WRI 111 course dove into textual corpora derived from digitized campus publications of Wake Forest University in order to articulate research questions about the campus community’s discourse over time.

// Voices of Southern Women

Undergraduate student Madeline Coffey, with support from URECA and the Humanities Institute, collected oral histories from a variety of women of many different backgrounds who lived through the Women’s Liberation Movement (1950-1970).

// We Wake, We Write

Collection of student autoethnographies from Laura Giovanelli’s Fall 2015 WRI 111 classes

// Where Are You From?

The Where Are You From? project captures narratives of movement and migration in video format.

// Work Forest

Students in Phoebe Zerwick’s WRI 105 course created a Tumblr titled “Work Forest” that presents portraits and interviews with people who work at Wake Forest in a wide range of contexts.

What will you build?

A digital map? A web exhibit? A course blog anthologized at the end of the semester? A collaboratively annotated critical edition of primary sources? Paintings or art prints digitized to support deep zoom? Or something else?

Whatever you imagine, we can build with you.

  • Digital Humanities Research Designer

    Carrie consults on the development of digitally-inflected scholarly projects. She assists faculty and faculty-student research teams in deciding the best platforms for showcasing their work and for visualizing their data. Recently Carrie has collaborated with faculty to design digital exhibits of rare materials using Omeka and has assisted with integrating technology into class projects.

  • Scholarly Communication Librarian

    Molly consults on copyright and author rights management issues for scholarly projects and products. She assists faculty in understanding their intellectual property rights as content creators, and in assessing rights and permissions when projects incorporate others’ copyrighted works.