Review of a digital tool

Institutional Repository Many digital tools are cross-disciplinary and can be successfully used in different ways by different research communities.  The Institutional Repository (IR) is one such tool.  This review outlines the main features of an IR and examines its usefulness for historical research in particular.  The aim is to assess the impact of an IR […]

Review of Digital Harlem

Digital Harlem: Everyday Life, 1915-1930 What makes a digital history project? What things should we look for when reviewing a project like Digital Harlem: Everyday Life, 1915-1930 (DH:EL)? The Digital Humanities community recognises that there is a need for better guidelines in the evaluation of digital scholarship and various attempts have been made to define a […]

Presentation on Digital Harlem

Digital Harlem: Everyday Life, 1915-1930 is an award-winning component of the project Black Metropolis: Harlem, 1915-1930, an ongoing research project led by the University of Sydney’s Department of History. The full presentation/review of the project is here: AFF615 Presentation Review of a Digital History Project