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First Century of the First State University

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Early Maps of the American South

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Driving Through Time: The Digital Blue Ridge Parkway

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Documenting the American South

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Colonial and State Records of North Carolina

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Church in the Southern Black Community

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antiquity

Antiquity À-la-carte

The Antiquity À-la-carte application is a web-based GIS interface and interactive digital atlas of the ancient world, featuring accurate historical, cultural, and geographical data produced by the AWMC in addition to the entire Pleiades Project feature set. The map is … Continued

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Ancient World Mapping Center

The Ancient World Mapping Center is an interdisciplinary research center at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill. The Center promotes cartography, historical geography, and geographic information science as essential disciplines within the field of ancient studies through innovative … Continued

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First-Person Narratives of the American South

First-Person Narratives of the American South is a collection of diaries, autobiographies, memoirs, travel accounts, and ex-slave narratives written by Southerners. The majority of materials in this collection are written by those Southerners whose voices were less prominent in their … Continued

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Going to the Show

Going to the Show documents and illuminates the experience of movies and moviegoing in North Carolina from the introduction of projected motion pictures (1896) to the end of the silent film era (circa 1930). Through its innovative use of more … Continued

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Main Street, Carolina

Main Street, Carolina is designed to encourage and facilitate the production of digital projects about the history of towns and cities in North Carolina. We work in collaboration with local organizations around the state to originate, plan, and develop online … Continued

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Mapping the Long Women’s Movement

Mapping the Long Women’s Movement is an experiment with indexing, using, and ultimately understanding oral history in new ways. The project began with the Southern Oral History Program’s work on the “long civil rights movement,” an approach to civil rights … Continued

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North Carolina Experience

The North Carolina Experience collects a wide variety of print and manuscript materials that tell the story of the Tar Heel State as seen through representative histories, descriptive accounts, institutional reports, fiction, and other writing. It comprises printed works, images, … Continued

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North Carolina Maps

North Carolina Maps is a comprehensive, online collection of historic maps of the Tar Heel State. Featuring maps from three of the state’s largest map collections — the North Carolina State Archives, the North Carolina Collection at UNC-Chapel Hill, and … Continued

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North Carolinians and the Great War

North Carolinians and the Great War examines how World War I shaped the lives of different North Carolinians on the battlefield and on the home front as well how the state and federal government responded to war-time demands. The collection … Continued

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Oral Histories of the American South

Oral Histories of the American South is a three-year project to select, digitize and make available 500 oral history interviews gathered by the Southern Oral History Program (SOHP). These 500 are being selected from a collection of over 4,000 interviews, … Continued

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Pleiades Project

Pleiades gives scholars, students, and enthusiasts worldwide the ability to use, create, and share historical geographic information about the ancient world in digital form. At present, Pleiades has extensive coverage for the Greek and Roman world, and is expanding into … Continued

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Southern Homefront, 1861-1865

The Southern Homefront, 1861-1865, presents documents related to all aspects of Southern life during the Civil War. In particular, government and civilian publications demonstrate the Confederate States of America’s unsuccessful attempt to create a viable nation state. This collection includes … Continued

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Thomas E. Watson Papers

This digital collection provides comprehensive access to the papers of Thomas E. Watson (1856-1922), a prominent Southern Populist politician, lawyer, and author. Using this digital collection, researchers may search and browse digitized materials from the correspondence and pictures series, or … Continued

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Unbuilt Blue Ridge Parkway

A Digital Public History Project created by History 671: Introduction to Public History, UNC-Chapel Hill, Fall 2013, this interpretive exhibit is a companion project to Driving Through Time: The Digital Blue Ridge Parkway, a repository of Parkway historical materials hosted … Continued

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North American Slave Narratives

North American Slave Narratives collects books and articles that document the individual and collective story of African Americans struggling for freedom and human rights in the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries. This collection includes all the existing autobiographical narratives … Continued

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True and Candid Compositions: The Lives and Writings of Antebellum Students at the University of North Carolina

True and Candid Compositions: The Lives and Writings of Antebellum Students at the University of North Carolina presents 121 edited documents written primarily by students attending the University of North Carolina between 1795, the year in which the institution opened … Continued

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Verses & Fragments: The James L. Dusenbery Journal

At the heart of Verses and Fragments is the journal of James Lawrence Dusenbery: the “book of verses and fragments” that he kept to chronicle his senior year at the University of North Carolina from 1841 to 1842. To help … Continued

geography (54)

Photogrammar: Listening and Seeing America’s Documentary Record

Photogrammar is a web-based platform for organizing, searching, and visualizing the 170,000 photographs from 1935 to 1945 created by the United States Farm Security Administration and Office of War Information (FSA-OWI) created by Yale University. In order to place the … Continued

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thresholds

What forms of scholarship become possible when we reconceive of the spaces between readers, writers, and texts as thresholds rather than boundaries? as dynamic zones of embroilment rather than definitive limit-points? In an effort to answer this question, this project … Continued

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CUT/COPY/PASTE: ECHOES OF LITTLE GIDDING

In 1625, Nicholas Ferrar and his mother Mary left London to found the Anglican community of Little Gidding. There, the extended Ferrar family practiced a rigorous schedule of communal devotion: they prayed and sang together at appointed hours; children read … Continued

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Seeing Syllabi

The idea for the Seeing Syllabi project grew out of brainstorming sessions with some colleagues (Steve Brauer, Christine Tulley, Zac Zimmer, and Michael Simeone, any of whom may rejoin our efforts at some point) at the Digital Humanities High Performance … Continued

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Entiendelo

The How Do You Say It? project is an interdisciplinary and community service oriented project that exploits DH Press to layer, map and visualize information about the Spanish language varieties used to address Latin@ audiences in the prevention of intimate … Continued

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Exploring Celtic Civilizations

Exploring Celtic Civilizations is an online coursebook suitable for undergraduates introducing the field of Celtic Studies: the various kinds of evidence available about Celtic-speaking communities through over two millennia and the methods available for understanding them. This digital coursebook thus … Continued

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Library of Southern Literature

The Library of Southern Literature includes a wide range of literary works of the American South published before 1924. This collection was originally based on Dr. Robert Bain’s bibliography of the hundred most important southern literary works and continues to … Continued

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North American Slave Narratives

North American Slave Narratives collects books and articles that document the individual and collective story of African Americans struggling for freedom and human rights in the eighteenth, nineteenth, and early twentieth centuries. This collection includes all the existing autobiographical narratives … Continued

truecandid

True and Candid Compositions: The Lives and Writings of Antebellum Students at the University of North Carolina

True and Candid Compositions: The Lives and Writings of Antebellum Students at the University of North Carolina presents 121 edited documents written primarily by students attending the University of North Carolina between 1795, the year in which the institution opened … Continued

verses

Verses & Fragments: The James L. Dusenbery Journal

At the heart of Verses and Fragments is the journal of James Lawrence Dusenbery: the “book of verses and fragments” that he kept to chronicle his senior year at the University of North Carolina from 1841 to 1842. To help … Continued

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William Blake Archive

The William Blake Archive is a hypermedia archive sponsored by the Library of Congress and supported by the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, the University of Rochester, and the Scholarly Editions and Translations Division of the National Endowment … Continued

DH Projects @ UNC intends to be a repository and resource of digital humanities projects completed at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.
If you know of a project that should be included, please contact Dan Anderson or Malina Chavez.