DH Projects at Bucknell
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This essay, which engages in an analysis of Lin-Manuel Miranda’s invocation of “for you” on Twitter, identifies broader key trends in the discursive strategies used on Latinx Twitter.
Moravian Lives is a scholarly research project and digital collaborative publishing platform that is focused on the memoirs of some 60,000 people from around the world.
REED London is a prototype online collection developing from the Records of Early English Drama (REED).
Rising Waters uses the narrative of the Richmond Kanawha canal basin to ask what we need to know about urban waterways in order to respond to changing urban waterscapes in an era of climate change.
The Film Search Engine is an online tool that allows scholars and film fans to search a database of feature films.
This is an immersive role-playing game in which the player must take on an avatar and navigate through an eighteenth-century masquerade ball
in order to win suitors, or (if a libertine character) seduce virtuous women. Continue reading