May 7: History and Its Publics: What Will Make Your Site Accessible?
- Alice Yang and Alan S. Christy, “Eternal Flames: the Translingual Imperative in the Study of World War II Memories,” DRH, 225-246.
May 14: Presentations of Our Work
This class session will be held in the Lang Cafe, in conjunction with the two other classes involved in the Democratizing the Archives project. We have the Cafe from 4:00-7:00. The plan is the following:
- 4-5: presentations from New York City Activists and Their Worlds
- 5-6: PARTY
- 6-7: presentations of “the Fourteenth Act” from United States History in 13 Acts
May 20: Final Submissions dues by 5:00
Your final submission should be emailed to me, and should consist of the following:
- A link to your project, or group project.
- A short document, detailing what you did and what stage of execution the project is at (design only, design plus examples of how the project will be completed, completed project.) In the case of a group project, this could be a jointly submitted document, or could consist of individuals detailing their contributions to the group effort. Students who wish to be represented in the group document, and submit their own document detailing their contributions to the group, are invited to do so — but this does not necessarily mean more credit.