Apologies for cross-posting. Please see the announcement below for the launch of a new Carribean Digital Humanities projet, the RSHHGG Lab:
The RSHHGG Lab is live!
The site is an interactive online index of nearly 100 years of the Revue de la Société Haïtienne d’Histoire, de Géographie et de Géologie, the periodical arm of Haiti’s oldest intellectual society that is still active today.
The Red Thunder Oral History Project, an educational website, is now online. Collaborators from the Fort Belknap Indian Community, the University of Michigan, Michigan State University, and the University of Montana have been working for two years to recount the story of a little-known Indigenous-led, multi-racial environmental campaign that changed the course of mining in the sacred Little Rocky Mountains during the final decades of the 20th century.
Collaborative network for scholars in any discipline looking at equines in a historical context.
War In Asia: Launch of Online Platform for histories, heritage and memory of WW2 in Asia
Over the last ten years or so we have seen a rapid proliferation of museums, memorials, commemorative rituals, battlefield tours and re-enactments emerge across Asia, all dedicated to the conflicts of the twentieth century – most notably among them, the Second World War.
Love this! Great addition to your site. I always add a museum analysis or virtual exhibit assessment as one the assignments for my undergrad courses at a community college. The students love it and now I have my "excuse" to include maritime history. Bravo, keep it coming.
The Museum of Underwater Archaeology is proud to announce the launch of The Maritime Cultural Resource Center: an educational tool for teachers who want to explore how maritime culture has influenced popular media. We’ve assembled a team of historians, archaeologists, archivists and performers to highlight and discuss examples of maritime films, music, art, and images.