This year’s Digital Humanities Summer Scholars focused their projects on wide-ranging topics from Hindu-Buddhist architecture in Angkor City, Cambodia, to household electricity and educational performance in Madagascar with stops in Eastern Europe, Sudan, and Japan. A news item on the college’s web site highlights work done by Bec Stargel ’20 (Defining “Transgender”), Ren Makino ’20 (66 Images of Tokyo), Joseph Illuzzi ’21 (Labor Rights Considerations in eSports) and other Summer Scholars.