Congratulations, Institute for Digital Humanities Fellows!

Michaela Ardizzioni & Nabil Echchaibi
Assistant Professors, Languages (Italian) & Journalism
University of Colorado at Boulder
Project: “Mediatization of Media Activism: New Tools, Ubiquitous Networks, Emergent Voices”

Leonardo Flores
Associate Professor of English and Associate Dean of Educational Technologies
University of Puerto Rico
Project: “Digitizing Puerto Rican Collections”

Charles Foy
Assistant Professor of Early American and Atlantic History
Eastern Illinois University
Project: “Uncovering Hidden Lives: Eighteenth Century Black Mariners”

Katherine Henne, Nina Billone Prieur, & Rita Shah
Departments of Criminology, Law, & Society, & Theater
UC-Irvine & Duke University
Project: “Reimagining the Bodies and Boundaries of the Crimino-Legal Complex”

Kirstyn Leuner
Ph.D. Candidate, English
University of Colorado at Boulder
Project: “Romantic Codes & Encoding Romantic Literature: The Radcliffe Encoding Project”

Vicki Mayer, Elizabeth Dunnebacke, & Mike Griffith
Associate Professor, Communication
Tulane University & NOLA Video Access Center & Innovative Learning Center
Project: “MediaNOLA: A Portal for Cultural Production”

Susan Meyer
Lecturer, Art & Art History
University of Denver

Angel David Nieves & Marla Jacksh
Associate Professor, Africana Studies
Hamilton College
Project: “Virtual Freedom Trail Project: Corridors to the Past & Present”

Sarah Pessin
Associate Professor & Director, Center for Judaic Studies
University of Denver
Project: “Holocaust Memorial Social Action Site”

Sheila Schroeder
Associate Professor, Media, Film, & Journalism Studies
University of Denver

Siobhan Senier
Associate Professor, English
University of New Hampshire
Project: “Literature of Indigenous New England”

Ted Striphas & Mark Hayward
Professor & Associate Professor of Communication
Indiana University & American University of Paris
Project: “Mapping media flows & Media Reflexivity”

Don Walicek
Assistant Professor, English
University of Puerto Rico
Project: “Tongues Untied: Anguilla Talk in Context”

Jon Winet & collaborators
Associate Professor and Director, Writing University Experimental Wing
University of Iowa
Project: “City of Literature Mobile App Development Team”

The University of Denver received more than 50 applications from around the world for its Institute for the Digital Humanities program. We received many excellent proposals and the decisions were quite difficult. Thanks to the many who applied and best wishes for your continued productive work in the future.

The 2011-2012 Institute for the Digital Humanities will hold its first gathering at the University of Denver in June, 2011.

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About Lynn Schofield Clark

I'm an author and media professor who researches and writes about how digital and mobile media are changing the lives of diverse U.S. young people and their families. Regina Marchi and I have recently coauthored Young People and the Future of News: Social Media and the Rise of Connective Journalism for Cambridge University Press (2017). It's about how young people use social media in their relationships with (and sometimes in advocacy for) their communities of concern (their neighborhoods, schools, workplaces, etc.). My earlier books are Parenting in a Digital Age, published by Oxford University Press in 2013; From Angels to Aliens: Teenagers, the Media, and the Supernatural, published by Oxford University Press in 2005; and Media, Home and Family, co-authored with Diane Alters, Stewart Hoover, Joseph Champ, and Lee Hood, published by Routledge in 2004.
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