Texas Tech University

Digital Humanities

A few of our digital humanities projects:

Archival Resources for Late 19th & Early 20th Century American Media and Entertainments

Dr. Wyatt Phillips

Searchable list aggregating a number of archives and collections that possess holdings related to turn-of-the-century American media.

The Dalhousie Project

Sarah Banschbach Valles and Sara Sprouse, editors

A new digital edition of the Dalhousie manuscripts, among the most important manuscripts of John Donne's poems.

Digital Storytelling

Dr. Curtis Bauer

Class projects using sound and image for poetry and narrative.

The Orlando Project

Dr. Kanika Batra, editorial board

The project produces the interactive textbase, Orlando: Women's Writing in the British Isles from the Beginnings to the Present, updated twice a year and published online by Cambridge University Press

Restoration Printed Fiction

Dr. Marta Kvande

A comprehensive, searchable database of fiction printed 1660-1700

Sam Steele's Forty Years in Canada: History or Fiction?

Dr. Alison Rukavina

A web exhibit examining the complicated publication history of an important Canadian text