Digital History: New Ways of Unlocking the Past
Speaker series sponsored by the History Department and the Humanities Project.
Professor Walters is Research Assistant Professor at the Institute for Simulation and Training and the Department of History, University of Central Florida. Her research focuses on visualizing past sites and architecture (the New York World's Fair of 1964, Cape Canaveral), and using computer games in secondary education and public history.
Dr. Working is Instructor of History, Ball State University and recent Ph.D. from University of Nebraska. She uses digital technology to visualize networks of women's suffrage activists in 19th century Nebraska.
Dr. Leow is University Lecturer in Modern East Asian History, Cambridge University. She has written on the "new liberal arts" and the place of "new media," including digital media in them.
A Panel Discussion with Professors Joanne Bernardi (MODERN LANGUAGES AND CULTURES), Michael Jarvis (HISTORY), Matthew Lenoe (HISTORY) and featuring special guest Rachael Leow (UNIVERSITY OF CAMBRIDGE, LECTURER IN MODERN EAST ASIAN HISTORY).