Dr Hallie Meredith
- Dr. Hallie Meredith is an ancient art historian in Fine Arts. She received her doctorate in Classical Archaeology from Lincoln College, University of Oxford. She is the glass specialist for an excavation at Çadir Höyük, Turkey and has won several awards for teaching with technology, see halliemeredith.net. Dr. Meredith’s project with the CDSC offers undergraduates the digital tools with which to critically engage with questions of production and process in the ancient world.
- Brianna Webb is a MA student in the History Department, and worked on her project “Building Berlin: Monuments, Landscape, and Postwar Reconstruction.” With this project, she built a tool directed towards students, that will allow a more interactive approach for looking at how Berlin has changed over time. Specifically, Ms. Webb has built a timeline looking at the impact World War II and the Cold War had on the construction of monuments and landscape in Berlin.
Jeffrey C. Sanders
- Jeffrey C. Sanders is an Associate Professor in the History Department, and his work focuses on the environmental and urban history of the US West in the twentieth century. His current book project explores the history of childhood and environment in the region after World War II. During his time at the Center he designed a new digital history course to add to the department of history’s UCORE offerings and he plans to use his new digital skills to map research data related to a chapter from his work in progress.