Students around campus are working on projects to build a digital archive on Identity and Resistance in Global Contexts.
The collection will contain a variety of digital objects, including texts, video and audio clips, digital stories, and podcasts that address the global challenge themes of population and conflict from multiple perspectives.
The objects deal with conflicts that arise in human populations in the context of urbanization and migration, as well as political and racial/ethnic/national tensions. They examine both individual and collective expressions of identity and acts of resistance in the present and recent past.
This archive is intended as a resource for students, scholars, policymakers, businesspeople, and citizens who are working to understand and address these challenges today.
In order to be a part of the archive, please submit a Digital Submissions Form with your work to your instructor. If you have questions about the digital archive, contact Digital Scholarship Librarian Shelley Barba.