Skip to main content
  • Konstituante.Net by Dr. Kevin Fogg

    Today’s project showcase comes from Dr. Kevin W. Fogg, associate director of the Carolina Asia Center at UNC. Dr. Fogg studies the history of Islam in Indonesia and modern Indonesian political history. Dr. Fogg, along with Dr. Syahrul Hidayat of … Continued

  • Newsletter 10/13

    UNC History Community, We hope you all are doing well this week. Here’s your fix of digital history: Looking to get started on your own digital history project and not sure where to start? Just curious about the world of … Continued

  • Newsletter 10/4

    UNC History Community, Happy October! Here’s some exciting Digital History news for this week: We are hosting a Story Maps workshop on October 6th at 3pm. Email dhl@unc.edu for the zoom link to join.Hope to see you there! George Mason … Continued

  • Newsletter 9/27

    UNC History Community, Happy Monday! Here’s your fix of digital history for the week: Curious about how to get started on your own digital history projects? The American Historical Associationrecorded one of their workshops from 2014 to help DH beginners. … Continued

  • Newsletter 9/20

    UNC History Community, Check out some new perspectives on digital history this week: American University’s digital history blog has published their 2021 projects, including explorations into social media and timelines as methods of digital curation. The American Historical Association explores … Continued

  • Newsletter 9/13

    Here’s your weekly update on what’s new in the digital history world: The State Archives and Library of North Carolina have recently published numerous digital history collections, with topics such as African American Education and N.C. Women’s History. Digital Urban … Continued

  • Newsletter 9/7

    UNC History Community, We hope you all enjoyed your Labor Day weekend! Here’s your weekly fix of Digital History content: Researchers at Virginia Tech are pulling moving images of Black U.S. soldiers from microfilm, using AI, virtual reality, and crowdsourcing … Continued

  • Newsletter 8/30

    Dear UNC History community, The Digital History Lab is happy to share the latest DH news and projects from around UNC and further afield. To the graduate students and faculty who have been receiving these newsletters for some time, we … Continued

  • Newsletter 8/23

    Hello Everyone! We hope everyone’s semester got off to a great start and everyone is staying safe and healthy. The DHL is excited to start another year full of interesting programming, podcast episodes, and digital support. For our first newsletter … Continued

  • Propaganda in Translation by Donald Santacaterina

    “Propaganda in Translation” is run by Donald Santacaterina, a Ph.D. Candidate, Propaganda Analyst, and Historian of Global Media Systems at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. To access this project and propaganda workshops, click here.    Propaganda in Translation is a … Continued