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Living with Oil in Ecuador

June 23, 2016

Living with Oil in Ecuador explores the experience of life-with-oil in the city of Esmeraldas, Ecuador. A city of over 160,000 people, Esmeraldas is home to the largest state-owned refinery in Ecuador. Environmental injustices associated with the refinery are common … Read more

Digital Feminists of Carolina

June 23, 2016

The Digital Feminists of Carolina project seeks to give transparency to the significant questions of who is doing digital humanities work at The University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, what kind of work they are engaged in, how and … Read more

Charlotte 1911

May 24, 2016

Charlotte 1911 “Charlotte 1911” is a collaborative project between the Digital Innovation Lab at the University of Chapel Hill and the Levine Museum of the New South, whose mission is to “engage a broad-based audience in the exploration and appreciation … Read more


April 13, 2016

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 … Read more

Loray Mill Project

January 14, 2016

Using 1920 census enumerations and the 1922 Sanborn Fire Insurance Map of the area, the DIL is “reconstructing” the Loray Mill Village as it was in the early 1920s. This was an important moment in the history of the mill … Read more

Recovering Hayti

November 24, 2015

Recovering Hayti is an ongoing collaborative project being undertaken with Preservation Durham, a local historical preservation society whose mission “is to protect Durham’s historic assets through Action, Advocacy, and Education.” This beta project is an emulation of the “Repopulating Hayti” … Read more

Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina

September 10, 2015

Commemorative Landscapes of North Carolina documents the state’s history through a spatially based presentation of commemorative monuments, shrines, and public art. This digital collection enables users to visualize and analyze the historical memory of the state of North Carolina by … Read more