DSC Open House
Wednesday, January 25, 2023
Stop by the DSC for a quick coffee and a tour of the space.
Registration not required.
Visit the DSC
Location: Sojourner Truth Library, Room M36
Hours: January 23 – May 19, 2023
Mon: 12pm – 8pm
Tues: 12pm – 8pm
Wed: 12pm – 8pm
Thrs: 12pm – 8pm
Sun: 12pm – 7pm
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Recent Digital Scholarship Projects
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DMJ333 “Podcasting” with Professor Brett Barry
Comparative History: Spanish Influenza and Covid-19 in America by Sean Loughran
The idea for a comparative history came from observations of the ongoing Covid-19 Pandemic and then an examination into the Influenza Pandemic of 1918-1919 to see what similarities could be found. The results of this research culminated in the three exhibits available on this site. The primary goal of this comparative history is to leave any visitors with an enhanced awareness of how history tends to rhyme and the lessons that can be learned from examining similar trends and happenings from the events of two pandemics within the United States.
HIS494 “Fieldwork in History” with Adrianna Martinez and Chrissy O’Grady, Senior Assistant Librarians
Family Lineage and it’s Social History Connections: an Early 20th Century Italian American Case Study by Evan Montena
Ancestry has its roots within all of us. It is through the experiences our past ancestors have had that we can form connections with so many throughout history and a sense of community between each other. In this case study you will be able to see what life was like within early twentieth century America through the experiences of one Italian immigrant family who lived in Ravena, New York.
HIS494 “Fieldwork in History” with Chrissy O’Grady, Senior Assistant Librarian
My Hudson History by Sophia Acquisto
My Hudson History works as an extension of Google Maps to reimagine the way rich local history is taught.
AYURE undergraduate research project with Chrissy O’Grady and Jennifer Rutner, Senior Assistant Librarians