Archived Research Projects
The Electronic Archive “Project for the Study of Dissidence and Samizdat” (PSDS) includes the database of Soviet samizdat periodicals, electronic editions of selected samizdat journals, illustrated timelines of dissident movements, and interviews with activists.
The Juba Project explores minstrelsy from a historical and dramaturgical perspective.
Mapping Ararat is an augmented reality public art project constructed at the very location where Mordecai Noah intended to found Ararat, “a city of refuge for the Jews” in Grand Island, New York.
The Omeka gym is a collection of resources for scholars who want to build a digital collection with Omeka or teach with Omeka, with exercises, sample data sets, and lesson plans.
The artefacts, images, and stories that appear here come from a special collection of fakes and forgeries that has toured Canadian public libraries
The first machine-readable and fully searchable historical transcript of Parliamentary Debates (“Hansard”), which provides a 150-year running record of Canadian political history.
Serai is a free and open online collaboratory for scholarship on premodern encounters across ethnolinguistic and religious divides, combining regional expertise with a keen interest in the transformative potential of digital scholarship.
A project to create useful tools that improve researchers’ experience working with digitized manuscripts.