• Classical Mythology (Honors) (Fall 2017)
    •  CLAS1020H was one of my favorite courses from my freshman year, and I was so excited when I could apply it to this certificate. I briefly was a classics major because of this introductory course, and we just read all of the basic establishing texts of Greek and Roman mythology. The project that allowed me to include this in my Digital Humanities certificate was my addition to Dr. Elena Bianchelli’s digitizing project, where we worked on digitizing and describing primary sources in the bibliography in Timothy Gantz’s Early Greek Myth.
  • Digital Literacies (Fall 2018)
    •  UNIV2115 was my first foray into videomaking and narrative storytelling in college. I’ve now made better content, but this is the documentary that I made for this class about the ghost of Joe Brown Hall (never again do I do my own narration).
  • History Analysis Digital Media (Spring 2019)
    •  See EMST for description.
  • Undergraduate Research Course (I)* (Fall 2020)
  • Capstone Project (Fall 2020/Spring 2021)
    • I am designing an Omeka site for a professor in the art department for her project on Freemasonry in Georgia, using archival documents and objects from the University of Georgia‚Äôs Special Collections Library. The site will go live in 2022.
  • Undergraduate Research Course (I) (Spring 2021)
    • HONS4960R was my capstone course for Digital Humanities, and I focused on finetuning my final project in the subject.
    • My work was highlighted on the Digital Humanities Lab site and chosen for the 2021 Virtual DHSI Conference & Symposium.

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