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  • Cohen, Dan (2007-08-16)
  • Robertson, Stephen; Various (Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, 2016)
    Graffiti Soldiers was a 2016 NEH Landmarks in American History and Culture Workshop for Teachers. It explored graffiti as a historical source, focusing on individual soldiers to personalize the past and make it powerful ...
  • Korologos Bazzarone, Ann (Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, 2001)
    Greek American Experiences Between Two Cultures was an online oral history project that provided an opportunity for Greek Americans to record and access stories, anecdotes and personal histories via the world wide web.
  • Troyano, Joan Fragaszy (2016-03-02)
    This Guide introduces the intellectual and practical considerations for initiating and sustaining a collaboratively-edited publication that sources and distributes web content. Based on three years of research, design, ...
  • Barnes, Steven A.; Rosenzweig, Roy; Scheinfeldt, Tom; White, Gwendolyn K.; Razlogova, Elena; Brennan, Sheila A.; Griffith, Misha Mazzini; Mikheeva, Anastasia; Hurter, Alexis; Ghajar, Lee Ann; Visintin, Mjiriana; Boggs, Jeremy; Hurter, Stephanie R.; Veprek, Laura; Kelly, Kristopher; Shuman, Amanda; Graulich, Andrew; Vinokur, Misha; Shepherd, Ammon (Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, 2008-09-30)
    The website Gulag: Many Days, Many Lives presented the history of the gulag system as a browseable archive of videos, art, artifacts, photographs, and life stories of former Gulag prisoners. It featured thematic exhibitions, ...
  • here is new york (Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, 2004)
    In response to the World Trade Center tragedy, and to the unprecedented flood of images that have resulted from it, a unique exhibition and sale of photographs was displayed in a store front in SOHO. HERE IS New York was ...
  • Smith, Suzanne (Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, 2003)
    Bespoke website designed in early 2000s as the digital component of a history course.
  • Department of History and Art History (2008)
    This is the website for the History Doctoral Colloquium at George Mason University. It includes the schedule, the assignments, and a place for online discussion. URL: chnm.gmu.edu/courses/colloquium Years: 2008-2017.
  • Pellegrino, Anthony (Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, 2011)
    The purpose of this WordPress website was to gather lesson plans and activities from teachers and teacher-educators who have found success in using historical simulations in social studies classrooms. The website ultimately ...
  • Smith, Suzanne (Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, 2002)
    Bespoke website designed in early 00s as the digital component of a history course. URL: chnm.gmu.edu/courses/smith/hist615f02/
  • The Echo Project (2007-02-26)
    Usenet, an Internet discussion board pioneer, marks its 25th anniversary in 2004. Users from around the world have gathered at Usenet’s virtual roundtables to discuss topics ranging from aeronautics to zoology, in the ...
  • Leon, Sharon (Journal of the History of Medicine and Allied Sciences, 2004)
    This article examines the involvement of U.S. Catholics in the American Eugenics Society during the 1920′s. While Catholics were often opponents of eugenics, John A. Ryan and John Montgomery Cooper, both Catholic priests ...
  • Leon, Sharon (Cambridge University Press on behalf of the American Society of Church History, 2004-06)
    This article reviews the developing strategies of Catholic opposition to state laws for compulsory sterilization of so-called ‘feeble-minded’ residents of state institutions during the 1920s. In 1927 the Supreme Court, ...
  • Rosenzweig, Roy; Castonguay, James; Krasniewicz, Louise; Blitz, Michael; Thurston, Thomas; Westbrook, David (Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, 1999)
    In order to encourage experimentation in hypertext and scholarship, American Quarterly in collaboration with the American Studies Crossroads Project at Georgetown University and the Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and ...
  • Cohen, Dan (2007-11-29)
  • Cohen, Dan (2006-11-13)
  • Cohen, Dan (2009-11-18)
  • Cohen, Dan (2008-02-20)
  • Unknown author (Roy Rosenzweig Center for History and New Media, 2006)
    Website designed in early 2000s as the digital component of a History 125 (Introduction to World History).

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