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#Zola. A 19th Century Writer in the Digital Era 4:00 pm
#Zola. A 19th Century Writer in the Digital Era @ Academic Building West Wing, 4th Floor, Room #4052
Dec 1 @ 4:00 pm – 6:00 pm
#Zola. A 19th Century Writer in the Digital Era @ Academic Building West Wing, 4th Floor, Room #4052 | New Brunswick | New Jersey | United States
Dr. Elizabeth N. Emery is an eminent 19th century scholar who has authored several books, including Photojournalism and the origins of the French Writer (1881-1914): Privacy, Publicity, and Personality (2012), and Cultural Exchange and Creative Identity: France/Asia in the Nineteenth and Early Twentieth Centuries (2016). She is also the author of numerous articles, essays and books reviews. Her areas of interests are mainly Medieval and nineteenth century French literature and cultural studies; the reception of medieval art, architecture, and literature in nineteenth and twentieth-century Europe and America; early photojournalism; celebrity interviews; European and American writer house museums; Naturalism; Decadence; mysticism; Cabaret culture; nineteenth-century French theaterRead More →
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DH Seed Grant Workshop: Rutgers Public Humanities App 1:00 pm
DH Seed Grant Workshop: Rutgers Public Humanities App @ Digital Humanities Lab, Room 406-407, Alexander Library
Dec 11 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
The Rutgers Public Humanities App project proposes to redevelop the Rutgers 250 mobile application as a tool for history instruction and public history outreach. The goal is to use it to showcase a variety of different public humanities projects being conducted at Rutgers, beginning with the creation of a virtual walking tour highlighting the Scarlet & Black Project’s research into the history of slavery and dispossession in Rutgers history. The app will act as host for a virtual exhibit on this research, highlighting important primary sources, and as access point for visitors and other interested parties to learn more about this history. Dr. Kristin O’Brassill-Kulfan andRead More →
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