Jovante Anderson, Daniel Gonzalez, and John Rodriguez presented “digital posters” at the Bucknell University Digital Scholarship Conference this weekend, highlighting the work they did as part of the 2017 Digital Humanities Summer Scholars Program. Conference attendees listened with interest (and asked lots of questions!) as Jovante, Daniel, and John explained their projects on Afro-Jamaican women in dancehall spaces, housing stratification in Bogota, and Kendrick Lamar’s “To Pimp a Butterfly.”
Information on all of the projects done by the DH Summer Scholars are available at https://sites.lafayette.edu/dhss/our-projects/. Lafayette students who are interested in applying for next year’s Summer Scholars program should watch for details in January 2018.