Workshop Presentations

“NEH ODH Grant Program Opportunities”

Perry Collins
NEH Office of Digital Humanities

“Line-by-line, Online: Digital Humanities in Intermediate Latin”

Megan Drinkwater
Agnes Scott College

“The Audacity of Scotties”

Robin Morris
Agnes Scott College

“Digital Humanities and Undergraduate Research in Early Modern History” – In the Classroom

Yael Manes
Agnes Scott College

“Digital Humanities and Undergraduate Research in Early Modern History” – Technical Support

Casey Long
Agnes Scott College

“The American Yawp”

Ben Wright
Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College

“Tweet Me, Tweet You: Using Twitter as an Invention and Agency Tool”

Jeanne Bohannon
Southern Polytechnic State University

“The Department of History at Georgia State University’s Digital Resources for Hybrid U.S. Survey History Courses”

Jeffrey Young and Robert Baker
Georgia State University


Brennan Collins
Georgia State University

“The Almanac Archive”

Lindsey Eckert
Georgia State University

“Digging into Human Rights Violations”

Ben Miller
Georgia State University

“The Battle of Atlanta”

Brian Croxall
Emory University

“Digital Humanities projects from the NEH Institute: Black Aesthetics and African Centered Cultural Expressions: Sacred Systems in the Nexus between Cultural Studies, Religion and Philosophy”

Candy Tate
Emory University

“Encoding Eliot”

Sara Palmer
Emory University

“Training Graduate Students in Digital Pedagogy and Research”

Alan Pike
Emory University

“MTSU Warfare and Digital History Project”

Erica Bettross
Middle Tennessee State University

“Kiah House Museum Stories”

Deborah Johnson-Simon
Savannah State University

“Understanding Structures in Interactive Narrative through User Behavior in ASAPS”

Harmut Koenitz
University of Georgia

“Digital Humanities Graduate Training: Getting Started”

Lee Skallerup Bessette
University of Kentucky

“Mapping the Queen in Fourteenth-Century France”

Tracy Hamilton
Sweet Briar College

“The Role of Ancient Tribes Ruled by Women in the Establishment of Modern Democracy”

Peter Brecke
Georgia Institute of Technology

“TOME: Interactive Topic Model and Metadata Visualization”

Jacob Eisenstein and Lauren Klein
Georgia Institute of Technology