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Caribbean Women Healers is a collaborative research project developed and lead by Professor Ana-Maurine Lara (Anthropology) and Professor Alaí Reyes Santos (Ethnic Studies). Since 2016 they have conducted ethnographic research with women healers in the Caribbean and the quickly expanding Caribbean diaspora in the U.S. Pacific Northwest. Sponsored by UO Libraries Digital Scholarship Center’s Faculty Grants Program. Keep up with how the project is being built via the Digital Scholarship project team website.
Yōkai Senjafuda is a digital exhibition about ghosts and monsters in Japanese votive prints. Users can learn about the social worlds of printmakers and collectors and meet the ogres, demons, and magical creatures that haunt the UO’s world-class collection of senjafudaYōkai Senjafuda was led by Professor Glynne Walley and co-sponsored by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art and University of Oregon Libraries, with generous support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. View the project summary.
 
Launched June 2019
Technologies Used: Omeka S
The Artful Fabric of Collecting is a digital exhibition about Gertrude Bass Warner’s fabulous collection of Chinese textiles in the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art. Users can zoom into high-resolution images of richly embroidered garments and hangings. The Artful Fabric of Collecting was led by Professor Ina Asim and co-sponsored by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art and University of Oregon Libraries, with generous support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. View the project summary.
 
Launched July 2019
Technologies Used: Omeka S, StoryMapJS, Internet Archive
Red Thread is a digital exhibit guide to the global journey traveled by red, from ochre to cochineal, and glass to coral. Student interpretations of objects from across campus collections, scholarly contextualization, map visualization, and suggested teaching and research resources will help you follow the thread. The Red Thread digital exhibit was led by Professor Vera Keller and sponsored by UO Libraries Digital Scholarship Center’s Faculty Grants Program.
 
Launched March 2019
Technologies Used: Omeka S, StoryMapJS
The March is a digital exhibition about James Blue’s documentary film on the 1963 March on Washington. Users can explore the film’s history and meaning through archival documents, interviews, Oval Office recordings, and more. The March was led by Professor David A. Frank and co-sponsored by the Jordan Schnitzer Museum of Art and University of Oregon Libraries, with generous support from The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation. View the project summary.
 
Launched January 2019
Technologies: WordPress, OHMS, Vimeo
A digital scholarship initiative telling the historical stories of underserved and underrepresented communities on the UO campus. Sponsored by the University of Oregon Libraries and collaboratively built through the UO Libraries Digital Scholarship Center.
 
Launched October 2018
Technologies: Omeka, Curatescape, Mapbox

TimeOnline

Collaboration with Honors College Professor Daniel Rosenberg as an extension of his book, Cartographies of Time: A History of the Timeline.
 
Launched 2016
Technologies Used: Javascript, HTML, CSS
 

We are the Face of Oaxaca

Project accompanying Prof. Lynn Stephen’s book, We are the Face of Oaxaca, published by Duke University Press

Launched: 2013
Technologies Used: WordPress

Time’s Pencil

Shakespeare After the Folio, digital exhibit with Lara Bovilsky
 
Launched: 2016
Technologies: Omeka
Student collected archives as part of the Latino Roots courses.
 
Launched: 2015
Launched: Oregon Digital
Companion website for Corazon de Dixie: Mexicanos in the U.S. South Since 1910 by History Prof. Julie Weise
 
Launched: 2015
Technologies Used: WordPress, Leaflet
Presentation of interactive map and timeline with Prof. Daisy-O’lice I. Williams and Kristi Potter
Launched: 2017
Technologies Used: Leaflet; Mapbox
Collaboration with Prof. Massimo Lollini integrated into the Oregon Petrarch Open Book Project
 
Launched: 2009
Technologies Used: Drupal, TEI
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