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Hear UR

Hear UR is a student-centered digital project based in the Department of History at the University of Rochester.

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Collections, Provenance, and TEI with the William Blake Archive

As part of my duties as an Andrew W. Mellon Fellow in the Digital Humanities, I am required to serve as a Research Assistant for one of the many digital humanities projects at the University of Rochester.

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Blog Teaching

Digital Storytelling for the 21st Century

Over the course of the semester the students of Professor Thomas Fleischman’s Earth, Wind, Water, Fire: An Environmental History of Everywhere class have challenged the “traditional” homework assignment.

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Fellow Projects

Ornament of Empire

The Ornament of Empire is a history-based digital humanities project that explores the economic and ecological significance of plant nurserymen during the nineteenth century. Nurserymen, in the age of empire, carried tremendous weight. Their business enabled Americans to settle and replicate systems of agricultural systems across North America. A study of plant nurserymen is a […]

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Events

Michael Phelps Lecture

The University of Rochester will host a featured speaker, Michael Phelps, in the Humanities Center Conference Room D on Thursday, March 22, at 5 p.m. Phelps directs a multi-spectral imaging project at St. Catherine’s Monastery in the Sinai Peninsula, Egypt.

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Alumni People

Camden Burd

Department of History

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Alumni

Eitan Freedenberg

Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies

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Alumni

Alison Harper

Department of English

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Alumni

Eric Loy

Department of English

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Alumni

Chris Patrello

Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies

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Nathanael Smith

Department of Philosophy

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Alumni

Tracy Stuber

Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies

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Alumni People

Serenity Sutherland

Department of History

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Alumni

S. Alana Wolf-Johnson

Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies

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Faculty

Morris Eaves

      Morris Eaves is Program Director for the Mellon Graduate Program in Digital Humanities. He is also Professor of English and Richard L. Turner Professor of Humanities. For more information, please visit his faculty page hosted by the Dept. of English.

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Recap: The DH Grad Student and the Job Market

After completing her PhD in the Department of English at the University of Rochester, Szabo took a position as an Instructional Multimedia Specialist at Grinnell College. Shortly thereafter, she was offered a position at Stanford University where she worked in Academic Technology in the Stanford University Libraries. While at Stanford University she helped to develop […]

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Blog Research

Exploring Digital Heritage

Using photogrammetry and other three-dimensional rendering technologies historians can save, restore, and share historical information in dynamic and interactive ways.

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Blog Research

Research Report: The Family We Thought We Knew

Camden Burd reports on how the Seward Family Digital Archive sheds new light on to the interwoven relationships this nineteenth-century family experienced on a daily basis.