Every Thursday, we’ll “review” a text, website, tool, blog, or Twitter feed that may be of interest to humanities scholars and teachers. The first step of dipping your toe into the D.H. pool is exploring what’s out there or what’s in the process of being created. We’ll use this space on Thursdays to review interesting examples of DH projects in various stages of development.
For our first Thursday Review we thought we would review a project with strong ties to the University of Oregon scholarly community–Helen Southworth’s MAPP project.
From her office in Chapman Hall, Professor Helen Southworth has been a leading proponent of D.H. at UO. Her classes on D.H. in the Robert D. Clark Honors College are popular among undergraduates, and her students create original research projects using digital tools showcased in Professor Southworth’s classes. Alongside an international cohort of scholars with funding from Canada’s Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Professor Southworth has been involved over the past few years in developing the Modernist Archives Publishing Project (MAPP). Read MoreThursday Review