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List of Digital Scholarship Projects

This page highlights digital scholarship projects created by students, faculty, and staff of Loyola University Maryland and Notre Dame of Maryland University. Some were created with the support of the library, and others were done independently or in collaboration with colleagues at other institutions.

Aperio/Women's Literary Club of Baltimore

  • Jean Lee Cole, Loyola University Maryland
  • English Department
  • Start Date: 2018

Bible as Book

  • Kerry Boeye, Loyola University Maryland
  • Art History Department
  • Start Date: Spring 2017

Drama Rephotography

  • Kate Bossert and Geoff Delanoy, Notre Dame of Maryland University
  • Drama and Photography Programs
  • Start Date: Spring 2022

East Asia Online

  • Yu Zhang, Loyola University Maryland
  • Modern Languages Department
  • Start Date: Spring 2019

Ethics of Fashion

  • Graham McAleer, Loyola University Maryland
  • Philosophy Department
  • Start Date: Spring 2019

Father John J. Griffin: A Life Through Photography

  • Christopher Linfante and Joseph Seminara, Loyola University Maryland
  • History Department (internship)
  • Spring 2021

FIOLA

  • Leslie Zarker Morgan, Loyola University Maryland
  • Modern Languages Department

Huon d'Auvergne Digital Archive

  • Leslie Zarker Morgan, Loyola University Maryland
  • Modern Languages & Literatures Department

Leading with Vision

  • Clara Love, Loyola Notre Dame Library
  • Start Date: Spring 2021

Manuel Gonzalez Prada

  • Thomas Ward, Loyola University  Maryland
  • Modern Languages & Literatures Department

Medieval Manuscripts at the Loyola Notre Dame Library

  • Christina Guerra, Loyola '23
  • Loyola Center for the Humanities Student Summer Fellowship
  • Start Date: Summer 2023

Notes from the Fore-edge

  • Kerry Boeye, Loyola University Maryland
  • Art History Department
  • Start Date: Spring 2018

SCTA

  • Jeffrey Witt, Loyola University Maryland
  • Philosophy Department

Women and Spanish Kiosk Literature (1907-1939): A Digital Archive

  • Thomas Antorino, Loyola University Maryland
  • Modern Languages & Literatures Department