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Faculty and students are creating so many amazing digital and public history projects here at UNC. To that end, The Digital History Lab has created the DH Showcase blog to promote some of these amazing projects. Here, professors, graduate students, and undergraduates will share their projects, describe its goals, discuss which digital tools they used, and share ideas about how this project serves as a model. Our goal is to create a platform for creators to share their work and for others to think about the possibilities of digital and public history projects in their scholarly work, classrooms, and beyond.

  • 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

  • Google Arts and Culture Exhibits by Emma Rothberg

    Today’s project showcase comes from Emma Rothberg, a PhD Candidate in the History Department focusing on Nineteenth and early Twentieth century urban, cultural, and gender history. Her project was done in her capacity as the U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader … Continued

  • “Animating Queer History” by Michael Robert Gawlik

    Today’s project showcase comes from Michael Robert Gawlik, an MA Student focusing on Visual Communication at UNC’s Hussman School of Journalism and Media. For more about Michael and his digital public humanities projects, please see his website: Only five US … Continued