A dynamic model for the successful integration of theory and practice in the dance classroom
A journal of travel writing, inspired by students’ writing and artistic reflection on their study away experiences.
Basic String Pedagogy in Action
Short videos are intended to illustrate fundamental string pedagogy techniques
Criminal Courts of DC
Transcription of several sets of court records from the Civil War era in Washington, D.C.
Digitizing the Oberlin College Paleontology Collections
In their coursework, students image and update taxonomic metadata for a collection of 9,000 specimens
Digitizing American Feminisms
Students create digital projects in American women’s history drawing on manuscripts from the Oberlin College Archives.
In Search of Lost Women: On Prostitution in the City of Paris and Beyond
In Search of Lost Women provides the first English-language translations of selections of On Prostitution in the City of Paris
Modern Middle Eastern Borders Archive
A website of maps of the Middle East from the early 1800s till WWI and other primary records from the British and Ottoman archives.
Music Festivals Database
A relational database of British music festivals to be mined by students in coursework
Popular Protest in Postwar Japan: The Antiwar Art of Shikoku Gorō
This exhibit situates the art of Hiroshima native Shikoku Gorō in the context of antiwar, antinuclear, and social justice movements from 1945 to 2020.