For twelve weeks during summer 2017, four graduate students intensively worked on developing research and creative projects as part of the University Libraries' Digital Scholarship Incubator fellowship program. On Wednesday, September 20, the students will share about their projects and process in public presentations at the Bailey Library in Andrews Hall.
The 2017 Digital Scholarship Incubator fellows are
Erin Bertram (Department of English), "It's Not a Lonely World: Gender, Genre, and Literary/Digital Exploration"
Grace Brown (Department of History), "High Penalties: Mapping Drug-Free Zones in Omaha"
Linda Garcia Merchant (Department of English), "Chicana Diasporic: The Chicana Caucus of the NWPC. A Nomadic Journey of the Activist Exiled"
Alexis Swendener (Department of Sociology), "Engaging Public Sociology and Digital Scholarship: Sharing Research on Farm Families and Health"
For more about this year's fellows and the Incubator program, see go.unl.edu/dsi15.
More details at: http://cdrh.unl.edu/digital-scholarship-incubator