These short essays and images on medieval London were compiled by students in an interdisciplinary capstone class focusing on the archaeology and history of London
This peer-reviewed blog spotlights important work in the field of K-16 Writing Education, circulates information about educational policy, and builds relationships between classrooms.
My Digital Footprint unpacks and engages young people’s material social relations with/in proprietary ecologies through participatory action design research.
Michelangelo is a student curated online exhibition that surveys the life, times, and works of Michelangelo Buonarroti (1475-1564).
The Codex Aubin Project reanimates and contextualizes an important and never before translated manuscript of Aztec history.
The Yaddo Archive Project charts the relationships among the artists, writers, composers, and other intellectuals affiliated with the Yaddo, one of America’s oldest and most distinguished artists’ communities.
Examining works of high art as well as the material culture of daily life, Vistas explores the cross-pollination and cultural diversity that defined the colonial period in the wake of the Spanish conquest of indigenous America.
This site intends to make Wyclif’s Latin corpus—now accessible only in the decaying late-19th-century editions of the defunct Wyclif Society—more widely available to a general scholarly audience.
This hybrid print-digital publication includes over 90 essays, each on a complex and contested term such as “disability,” “diversity,” “finance,” and “freedom.”
The Internet Medieval Sourcebook houses thousands of public domain and copy-permitted texts of primary sources.