New Projects Are Now at MiddData
Visit the MiddData website to see more recent data and digital humanities projects .
- Connecting Language and Cultural ContentConnecting Language and Cultural Content will create a searchable database of selected Japanese entertainment materials linked to linguistic information, to be used for teaching and research in Japanese/linguistics.
- Digital Choreographic ArchiveThe Digital Choreographic Archive provides access to newly digitized videos that trace Christal Brown’s choreographic and performance career.
- TransformTransform, a multi-modal book project, combines videographic and written work to consider fan video authorship in our emerging era of transcultural audience engagement.
- DISLOCATED: KINSHIP, FORCED REMOVALS, AND REMEMBERINGDislocated foregrounds the life story of incarcerated Dakota member Elizabeth Fairbault and her kin from the late 1800s through the present day.
- LAND AND LENS: PHOTOGRAPHERS ENVISION THE ENVIRONMENTThe Middlebury College Museum of Art exhibition Land and Lens: Photographers Envision the Environment featured a digital catalogue of seventy-one photographs drawn primarily from the Museum’s rich holdings of historic and contemporary photography.
- Legends of KintamaniLegends of Kintamani is an original cello concerto composed by Su Lian Tan that was performed live at Middlebury College before large animated murals of mythical Bali produced in the DLA’s Animation Studio.
- Midd ItalianoMidd Italiano is an online text for introductory Italian courses geared toward college-aged adults.
- The Real WorkThe Real Work is a short film and video essay that offers viewers a critique of the value of hard work. Participants were hired to dig holes and discuss their experiences of labor.
- Understanding Expressed DesireUnderstanding Expressed Desire captures and analyzes pre-existing online sexual fantasies which were posted, read, and rated anonymously on websites dedicated to the sharing of such stories.
- Worlds of Solomon NorthupThe Worlds of Solomon Northup is a digital history project that will share the shocking and remarkable story of Solomon Northup, a free man of color from New York, who was kidnapped and sold into slavery in 1841 and then discovered twelve years later, liberated, and returned home.
- Chicago Freedom MovementThis site chronicles the people, organizations, and events that formed the Chicago Freedom Movement, and brings together a vast collection of movement material.
- Field House MuseumThe exhibits on this site were generated by students in a Winter term course, “Designing a Field House Museum,” in collaboration with faculty, archivists, athletic administrators, and representatives of Sasaki Associates, the architectural firm charged with designing the new Field House.
- [in] Transition[in] Transition is the first peer-reviewed academic journal of videographic film and moving image studies, and is fully open access with no fees to publish or read.
- Middlebury History OnlineA selection from the digital archives of Middlebury College, founded in 1800.
- The South China SeaAn online resource for students, scholars, and policy-makers interested in development, environment, and security issues.
- The Collinwood Fire, 1908The Collinwood Fire unites digital animation and historical research to tell the story of an elementary school fire in Collinwood, Ohio that killed 172 children.
Projects page design by Lizeth Lucero, Middlebury Class of 2021.