Digital History Day - Faculty and Student Presentations


Monday, May 4, 2015, 1:30pm to 4:00pm


Robinson Hall Lower Library, 35 Quincy Street

On Monday May 4, 1:30 - 4pm, in the Robinson Lower Library, various History faculty and DiTFs will demonstrate the digital assignments and tools they have used in their courses this year.  Please plan to come, to see what is being done, to comment and learn!

Do come to the Lower Library Monday afternoon, to see how your colleagues have been using digital tools, methods and assignments in their History courses-- and be inspired.  The schedule will be as follows (and there will be refreshments):

HIST 1462: History of Sexuality (Andrew Pope: Nancy Cott)

History of the US West (Rhae Lynn Barnes)

SW 14: The British Empire (Carla Heelan:Maya Jasanoff)

SW18: Europe on Trial: Retribution, Renewal and Reconciliation Since 1945 (Charles Clavey:Mary Lewis)

SW 43: Japan's Samurai Revolution (Hannah Shepherd:Ian Miller/David Howell)

HIST 1270: Frontiers of Europe: Ukraine since 1500 (Megan Duncan-Smith:Serhii Plokhii)

HIST 1290: The History of the Russian Empire (Megan Duncan-Smith:Kelly O'Neill)

HIST 92r: History Lab (Heidi Tworek)

See also: History Events