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Doctoral students featured in digital scholarship interview

Doctoral candidate Benjamin Doyle, Elizabeth Hopwood (PhD ‘16), and Jim McGrath (PhD ‘15), along with global history Doctoral candidate Abby Mullen, were recently interviewed by Common-place, the journal of early American life. In an article titled “Graduate Training Where Digital Scholarship and Early American Studies Meet,” they each responded to questions about how they became involved in the digital humanities, how it influenced their coursework and careers, and what advice they had for other graduate students and faculty working with the digital humanities. The full Q&A can be found on the Common-place website.

Contributed by Aislyn Fredsall

Published On: September 23, 2016 | Tags: ,,
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