Place:Alderman Library, Room 421
Please join us in welcoming our new Graduate Fellows in Digital Humanities! James Ambuske (History), Jennifer Foy (English), and Emily Senfeld’s (History) projects converge around questions of social networks and mapping.
James Ambuske’s (History) dissertation is titled “Scotland’s American Revolution: Emigration and Imperial Crisis, 1763-1803.” Jennifer Foy’s (English) dissertation is titled “Mapping Sympathy: Sensibility, Stigma, and Space in the Long Eighteenth Century” Emily Senefeld’s (History) project is titled “The Cultural Programs of the Highlander Folk School, 1932-1964.”
All three fellows will share their research questions and digital project proposal. Please come for the discussion and stay for the lunch!
Contact Scholars' Lab's Head of Public Programs Laura Miller.