Institute Reflections

Reflection: Leah Rosenberg

Institute co-director Dr. Leah Rosenberg (Department of English, University of Florida) traces the development of the program from conception to fruition. The seeds for the NEH institute were sown in…

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Reflection: Juliet Glenn-Callender

Juliet Glenn-Callender (Campus Librarian, University of The Bahamas-North) shares how she incorporated minimal computing techniques she learned into a digital course project after Hurricane Dorian. I was encouraged to attend…

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Reflection: Takkara Brunson

Dr. Takkara Brunson (Assistant Professor of Africana Studies, California State University, Fresno) describes how her institute experience provided her with digital mapping skills which she has since incorporated into her…

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Reflection: Margo Groenewoud

Dr. Margo Groenewoud (University of Curaçao) shares how her experience helped increase her impact as an educator and develop a collaborative oral history project. At the start of my involvement…

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Reflection: Molly Hamm-Rodríguez

PhD candidate in Equity, Bilinguialism and Biliteracy Molly Hamm-Rodríguez (School of Education, University of Colorado Boulder) discusses how the Caribbean Digital Humanities Institute has helped her think about how to…

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Reflection: Rachel Denney

Rachel Denney (Ph.D. candidate in Women, Gender, & Sexuality Studies, University of Kansas) shares how the institute supported peer networking. The Migration, Mobility & Sustainability: Caribbean Studies & Digital Humanities…

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Reflection: Nathan Dize

Nathan Dize (PhD Candidate in French and Italian, Vanderbilt University) discusses how participation in the Caribbean Digital Humanities Institute expanded his understanding of how digital scholarship and tools can be…

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Reflection: Jose Vazquez

Jose Vazquez (Associate Professor, School of Architecture and Interior Design, Miami Dade College) shares how the institute helped him incorporate digital humanities tools into his courses on history of architecture,…

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Reflection: Keja Valens

Institute participant Dr. Keja Valens (Professor of English, Salem State University) looks back on her experience at the 2019 in-person Caribbean Digital Humanities Institute, and shares how she has incorporated…

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Reflection: Erin Zavitz

While Bosque School teacher Dr. Erin Zavitz was unable to attend the institute in person, she still made the most of her involvement by attending follow-up workshops and viewing recorded…

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Beginning to reflect

Hello and happy #DayofDH! My name is Hannah Toombs and I am the new graduate student intern in Caribbean Studies and Digital Humanities with the George A. Smathers Libraries at…

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