Digital History

Digital History Project

The Fillmore School ca. 1900s (renamed McDonogh No. 16 in 1884.) Courtesy of the New Orleans Public Library

The Fillmore Boys School in 1877

Using ArcGIS, this digital mapping project visualizes the residences of children who attended the Fillmore Boys School in 1877, one of the desegregated schools in Reconstruction New Orleans.

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Co-edited Volume,『欧米圏デジタル・ヒューマ二ティーズの基礎知識』[Topics in Western Digital Humanities](Tokyo: Bungaku Tsushin, 2021)

This Japanese edited volume examines the ways in which scholars based in the Western hemisphere have discussed digital humanities and deepened their research about Western history, literature, and linguistics. I co-edited this book with Naoki Kokaze, Jun Ogawa, Soki Oda, Soichi Nagano, So Miyazaki, Ikki Omukai, and Kiyonori Nagasaki.

In addition to editorial work, I wrote the following chapters:

The book comes with the “DH Map,” which visualizes the locations of various research institutions mentioned in the main text. The map data and other visualizations for the book is downloadable through the publisher’s website.

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Other Digital History Works