When: 
Wednesday, June 20, 2018 - 12:00pm - 1:00pm
Where: 
104 Kirby Hall
Price: 
Free

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 20:

DIGITAL HUMANITIES SUMMER SCHOLARS:

PROJECT PRESENTATIONS

12:00 – 1:00 PM

104 KIRBY HALL

 

FOOD WILL BE SERVED

(STARTING AT 11:45 AM, UNTIL SUPPLIES LAST)

 

Join us for a presentation by some of this summer’s digital humanities scholars.  After a brief introduction of the DHSS program by Librarian Angela Perkins, five scholars will provide brief presentations about their research project – its goals, methods, and outcomes. Come learn, share, and ask about what our digital humanities scholars are doing and learning at Lafayette!

 

DHSS Presenters (and Research Topics):

 

Uchechi Anomnachi ’19, Biology major (Cultural interaction between Japan and African Americans)

Ben Gordon ’19, Data science and Music major (GIS-based study on the Metropolitan Transit Authority of NYC)

Elene Jalagonia ’20, Economics major (Ethnic conflict in Southern Caucasus Georgia)  

Trang Le ’21, English major (Hybrid identity in contemporary Vietnamese diasporic writing)

Alex Murrell ’19, Art and English major (Textual analysis of a 15th century work on witchcraft)

Sponsored by: 
Office of the Provost

Contact information

Name: 
Jamila Bookwala
Phone: 
5070
Email: 
bookwalj@lafayette.edu