I have been involved in Digital Humanities initiatives in the Philadelphia region, ranging from unconference events to learning groups to individual projects with faculty and students. Take a look below to learn more.
In 2013, I was an organizer for the inaugural PhillyDH@Penn Unconference, which included participants from the Philadelphia region and beyond. In 2014, I assisted in organizing and presenting at the conference.
Paris sous l’Occupation
I have worked with a Senior Lecturer at Penn in building an interactive digital map in Neatline, now including student-created 360° videos, for her course on Paris during the German Occupation, which lives on the Omeka site, Paris sous l’Occupation.
In 2014, two Penn Libraries colleagues and I began what we called the “Early Books Collective,” in which we transcribed texts in partnership with the EEBO-TCP project. In 2017, the group transformed into the “TEI Collective,” as our scope widened to partner with students and faculty learning and transcribing texts using TEI P5.