Today the American Religious Ecologies project is releasing the initial version of a website that makes available tens of thousands of documents from the 1926 U.S. Census of Religious Bodies. These schedules, or forms, describe religious congregations from the early twentieth century from a wide range of religious traditions. These documents are freely available to […]
The Papers of the War Department 1784-1800 digital editorial project has officially relaunched with a fully redesigned user experience. This project began in 1993, when Ted Crackel and a team of researchers worked for nearly a decade to piece together the records of the War Office that burned in 1800, destroying everything inside. You can […]
Alyssa Fahringer will be presenting “Papers of the War Department: Updating the Digital Edition and Community Transcription Project” in the lightning round on Women in Digital and Public History at the Annual Meeting of the Organization of American Historians in Philadelphia on Saturday, April 6, 2019
Jessica Otis will be presenting “Death by Numbers: Quantitatively Analyzing the London Bills of Mortality” at the Shakespeare Association of America Meeting in Washington, DC, on April 19, 2019
Stephen Robertson will be participating in a roundtable on digital humanities at Case Western University, from 11.35am-12.45pm on April 25, 2018
A concert and symposium showcasing the work for the ReSounding the Archive project will be held at the the Colonnade Club on the campus of the University of Virginia on April 24, from 5.30-8 pm. The project brings World War I sheet music to life through recordings and live performances, and a website that will provide […]
Stephen Robertson & Megan Brett will be presenting sessions at the Conference for High Impact Research at American University on May 14, 2018. Stephen Robertson will be leading a session entitled “Adding a Digital Dimension to Your Research” from 10.45am – 12.00pm. Megan Brett will be part of a session entitled “Omeka and Preserve the Baltimore […]
Sheila Brennan will be facilitating a roundtable entitled “Extending the Power of Public History through Open Access Digital Publishing,” at the National Council on Public History Annual Meeting in Las Vegas, on April 20, from 3.30-5.00pm.
Patrick Murray-John will be leading a workshop on Omeka S at the Code4Lib 2018 conference in Washington, D.C., on February 13, from 2.30pm to 5.30pm.
On Tuesday, November 14, at 12 noon, James Smithies, Director of King’s Digital Lab (KDL) at King’s College London will be speaking about the work of the KDL.