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Digital Humanities: Digital Humanities at WCU

DH Projects at WCU

Cherokee Language  
Hartwell Francis, Anthropology and Sociology
Online course work and materials for Cherokee language education.

Digital Heritage  
Scott Philyaw, Coulter Faculty Commons
Sharing Appalachian culture and traditions with the world.

John Gower Society  
Brian Gastle, English
The John Gower Society (JGS) is dedicated to promoting the study of the 14th century poet John Gower by disseminating and supporting scholarship related to John Gower.

Our North Carolina Stories  
Nancy Luke, School of Teaching and Learning
A paper for the National Council for the Social Studies describing a digital storytelling project with 4th grade students in the region. The students' digital stories demonstrated the intersection of NC history (social studies curricular standards), literacy and writing, research and inquiry, and the use of technology to create and publish their work.

The Chaucer Review: An Indexed Bibliography  
Martha Diede, Coulter Faculty Commons
The Annotated and Indexed Bibliography of the first 30 years of The Chaucer Review.

Tsikbal ich maya  
Paul Worley, English
collection of stories told in the Maya language.

Victorian Lives and Letters Consortium  
Brent Kinser, English
The Victorian Lives and Letters Consortium (VLLC) is devoted to tcreating interactive digital archives of life-writing extending from the coronation of Queen Victoria to the outbreak of World War I.
 

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