• Digital and Public Humanities,  Humanities,  Podcast

    Exploring Public Humanities

    Humanities+ A Digital and Public Humanities Podcast produced by Phoenix Studios Humanities+ is a collaboration between Dr. Caroline Boswell, Associate Professor of Humanities and History, Rachel Scray, a student in History, Digital and Public Humanities, and Arts Management, and Kate Farley, the producer of Phoenix Studios Podcast Network. The purpose of Humanities+ is to provide listeners with meaningful discussions with enthusiasts, scholars, and experts on the intricate fields of Digital and Public Humanities in order to expand our listeners’ thinking and perspective on the subject. Episode 4: Exploring Public Humanities with guest Brooke In the fourth episode, “Exploring Public Humanities,” host Rachel Scray and guest Brooke Uhl delve into the…

  • Digital and Public Humanities,  English,  Humanities,  Independent Study,  Spotlight

    Rachel Bowker, Independent Study TEI Reflection

    Rachel Bowker is a 2019 graduate of the University of Wisconsin-Green Bay, having majored in Humanities with an emphasis in Digital and Public Humanities. During her last spring semester, she took an independent study with Dr. Rebecca Nesvet. Below is a reflection of her project of transcribing, editing, and annotating two chapters from the facsimile of The String of Pearls (1850) by James Malcolm Rymer by using XML and TEI coding language.

  • Digital and Public Humanities,  Humanities,  Podcast

    Humanities Voices

    Humanities+ A Digital and Public Humanities Podcast produced by Phoenix Studios Humanities+ is a collaboration between Dr. Caroline Boswell, Associate Professor of Humanities and History, Rachel Scray, a student in History, Digital and Public Humanities, and Arts Management, and Kate Farley, the producer of Phoenix Studios Podcast Network. The purpose of Humanities+ is to provide listeners with meaningful discussions with enthusiasts, scholars, and experts on the intricate fields of Digital and Public Humanities in order to expand our listeners thinking and perspective on the subject. Episode 3: The Student, Staff and Professor Voices on Humanities Research and Community-focused Project Work Welcome to the third episode of Humanities+. The theme of…

  • Digital and Public Humanities,  English,  Humanities,  Spotlight

    Digital & Public Humanities Spotlight

    As a growing field and program, the Digital and Public Humanities program has various teachers, students, and classroom projects that deserve recognition and exploration. The purpose of the DPH “spotlight” is to showcase the interesting work that UWGB students, staff, and faculty have produced in the digital and public humanities. Through these stories, these individuals and groups have the power to inspire and spread the possibilities for collaborative, project-based work that engages our communities–regional, national, and global. DPH Class Spotlight: English 424 The Book Editing Practicum English 424: The Book Editing Practicum is a UW-Green Bay course in which students learn practical, hands-on experience editing and producing book-length texts. The…

  • Humanities

    Pop-Up Student Showcase

    Monday, May 6th, 12:45-4:30 PM, Weidner Center, Studio 301 Come see students in Democracy and Justice Studies, History, Humanities, Political Science, and Public and Environmental Affairs exhibit and celebrate student work through an afternoon extravaganza that will include demonstrations, launches, celebrations, presentations, and live podcast recordings. To give you a taste of what the afternoon has in store, consider these enticing teasers of the work on exhibit: From 1:30-2:05 PM, students in the History gateway methods course, The Craft of History, will present their research on 1960s and 1970s environmental activism in Wisconsin. Each of five projects is based on original archival research and will be shared through an article…

  • Digital and Public Humanities,  History,  Humanities,  Spotlight

    Congratulations Ben Dudzik: The New Executive Director for the Shawano County Historical Society

    Ben Dudzik is a UW-Green Bay History and Arts Management Graduate of 2016. He was not an official major in Digital and Public Humanities because that program did not exist when he was a student. However, he was one of the first students to take classes that would become a part of the Digital and Public Humanities at UWGB. In his undergraduate capstone class, he helped create the digital project for the 3D reconstruction for the Viking House (grindbygning). Among a variety of other digitally-infused courses, he was also a part of the Public Humanities travel course to London where had the opportunity to research post-war housing at the London…

  • Digital and Public Humanities,  History,  Humanities,  Podcast

    HERstory & Women of DH

    HUMANITIES+ A Digital and Public Humanities Podcast produced by Phoenix Studios. Welcome to the second episode of UW-Green Bay’s Digital and Public Humanities podcast, Humanities+. This podcast is a collaboration between Dr. Caroline Boswell, Associate Professor of Humanities & European History, Rachel Scray, a student in History, Digital and Public Humanities and Arts Management, and Kate Farley, Phoenix Studios Producer. The purpose of Humanities+ is to provide listeners with meaningful discussions with enthusiasts, scholars, and experts on the intricate fields of Digital and Public Humanities in order to expand our listener’s thinking and perspective on the subject. Episode 2: HERstory and Women of DH In celebration and recognition of Women’s…

  • Digital and Public Humanities,  Podcast

    DPH, What’s the Deal?

    HUMANITIES+ A Digital and Public Humanities Podcast produced by Phoenix Studios Humanities+ is a collaboration between Dr. Caroline Boswell, Associate Professor of Humanities and History, Rachel Scray, a student in History, Digital and Public Humanities, and Arts Management, and Kate Farley, the producer Phoenix Studios Podcast Network. The purpose of Humanities+ is to provide listeners with meaningful discussions with enthusiasts, scholars, and experts on the intricate fields of Digital and Public Humanities in order to expand our listeners thinking and perspective on the subject. Dr. Caroline Boswell, Humanities+ Editor and Co-Host Dr. Caroline Boswell is an Associate Professor of Humanities and European History. Her teaching and research interests include early…

  • Digital and Public Humanities,  Humanities,  Internships,  Spotlight

    Digital & Public Humanities Spotlight

    As a growing field and program, the Digital and Public Humanities program has various teachers, students, and classroom projects that deserve recognition and exploration. The purpose of the DPH “spotlight” is to showcase the interesting work that UWGB students, staff, and faculty have produced in the digital and public humanities. Through these stories, these individuals and groups have the power to inspire and spread the possibilities for collaborative, project-based work that engages our communities–regional, national, and global. DPH Student Spotlight: Beth Siltala, an intern at the Richter Natural History Museum Beth Siltala is a senior majoring in Digital and Public Humanities with a minor in Arts Management. During her time…

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