The following Digital Exhibits were created by students in American Culture Studies and English graduate courses that I taught. All projects were developed in Omeka, with students curating archival materials from the Bowling Green State University special collections libraries. For more on the process of creating these digital exhibits, please see my co-authored journal article (with Stefanie D. Hunker), which was published in Pedagogy.
Race and Resistance: Then and Now (Spring 2017)
The 1960s and Youth Culture (Spring 2014)
Race in America, 1880-1940 (Fall 2013)
Additional DH Experience
From 2017-2018, I served as a member of the Education Advisory Committee of the Digital Public Library of America, for which I created primary source sets on Ralph Ellison’s Invisible Man (1952) and Theodore Dreiser’s Sister Carrie (1901) and the Urbanization of Chicago.