Kenyon Projects


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Gullah Digital Archive

Peter Rutkoff

Interviews, photographs, and lesson plans related to the Gullah culture of coastal South Carolina.

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The Community Within: Knox County Black History Archives

Ric Sheffield

Explores the history and experience of Black residents in Knox County, OH.

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The Four Valleys Project

Edward Schortman

A comprehensive digitized collection of primary field records generated during thirty years of archaeological research in the Naco, Cacaulapa, Santa Barbara, and El ParaĆ­so Valleys, northwestern Honduras.

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Introductory Biology: Independent Research Papers

Jen Smith

Over two decades of independent research papers written by students for Kenyon’s Introduction to Experimental Biology course.

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A Baedeker Guide

Kim McMullen

Through site visits, archival exploration, interviews, and fieldwork, students on the 2015-16 Kenyon-Exeter program will expand the textual focus of the literature/cultural studies classroom, researching and analyzing key elements of the material culture, history, traditions, and daily activities that shape Devon life.

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Latinos in Rural America (LiRA): A Digital Collection for Community-Engaged Learning

Clara Roman-Odio

A public humanities project designed to broaden knowledge, engagement and understanding of the Latino experience in rural Ohio.

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Digitizing the Denis Baly Collection: Pilot Project

Sarah Blick

The Denis Baly collection consists of over 14,000 images of art and architecture across North America, North Africa, Europe, and the Middle East. This pilot will digitize and make available over 1,000 images from Iran.

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