• 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…