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Videos of 2014 Digital Humanities Start-Up Grantees

April 27, 2015 | By Ann Sneesby-Koch

At long last, we are very pleased to present the videos from the 2014 Office of Digital Humanities Project Directors Meeting, which was held September 15, 2014 in the NEH's new digs at the Constitution Center in Washington, DC.  This meeting convened the top researchers in the digital humanities from across the United States, who shared their projects in short, three-minute lightning round presentations.  Enjoy these videos from project directors of NEH's Digital Humanities Start-Up Grants.

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Digital Historic Skies, Jodi Lacy, Adler Planetarium and Astronomy Museum    

The Black Press Research Collective Newspaper Project: Visualizing the History of the Black Press in the United States, Kim Gallon, Johns Hopkins University    

Coptic SCRIPTORIUM: A Corpus, Tools, and Methods for Corpus Linguistics and Computational Historical Research in Ancient Egypt, Caroline Schroeder & Amir Zeldes, University of the Pacific    

Curating Kisumu: Adapting Mobile Humanities Interpretation in East Africa, Mark Souther & Meshack Owino, Cleveland State University    

The Augmented Palimpsest: Engaging Students through AR Encounters with the Past, Andrea Harbin & Tamara O'Callaghan, Northern Kentucky University Research Foundation    

Periods, Organized (PeriodO): A gazetteer of period assertions for linking and visualizing periodized data, Adam Rabinowitz, University of Texas, Austin    

The Mesoamerican Corpus of Formative Period Art and Writing, Joshua Englehardt, Florida State University 

Enhancing Music Notation Addressability, Raffaele Viglianti, University of Maryland, College Park    

Ethnic Layers of Detroit: Experiencing Place through Digital Storytelling, Felecia Lucht, Wayne State University    

Functional Geometry and the Traite de Lutherie, Harry Mairson, Brandeis University    

Humanities CORE, Kathleen Fitzpatrick, Modern Language Association of America    

A Search Engine for Electronic Literature, Sandy Baldwin, West Virginia University    

Image Analysis for Archival Discovery (Aida), Elizabeth Lorang, University of Nebraska, Board of Regents    

Data Sustainability and Advanced Metadata Management for Scientific Imaging in the Humanities, Carla Schroer, Cultural Heritage Imaging    

Dangerous Embodiments: Theories, Methods, and Best Practices for Historical Character Modeling in Humanities 3D Environments, Alyson Gill & Angel David Nieves, Arkansas State University, Main Campus    

Mobilizing the Past for a Digital Future: The Potential of Digital Archaeology, Erin Averett, Creighton University    

Orientation for the Mississippi Freedom Project: An Interactive Quest for Social Justice, Ann Elizabeth Armstrong, Miami University, Oxford    

The Social Paper, Matthew Gold, Erin Glass & Jennifer Stoops, CUNY Research Foundation, Graduate School and University Center    

World-Historical Gazetteer, Patrick Manning, University of Pittsburgh    

Transforming the Afro-Caribbean World (TAW), Julie Greene, University of Maryland, College Park