This is Using Visualization tools to engage students in historical research

Oct 20, 2022 blog

Scot French and VisualEyes. This is Using Visualization tools to engage students in historical research and digital humanities R&D.” Quick hits Teaching with Digital Humanities. eds. Tom Wilson (Indiana University Press May 2020), Christopher Young (May 2020)

Scot French, “Notes On the Future of Virginia” Current research on Digital History. 1, No. 1 (2018).

Scot French. “Social Preservation and Moral Capitalism Within the Historic Black Township In Eatonville Florida: Case Study in Reverse Gentrification”. Change over Time. Vol. 8, No. 1 (Spring 2018): 54-72.

Scot French, “Cabin Pond,” in Marked, Unmarked, Remembered: A Geography of American Memory, eds, Andrew Lichtenstein and Alex Lichtenstein (West Virginia University, 2017): 114-117.

Scot French and David Staley. Visual Historiography. Visualizing The Literature of a Field. Journal of Digital Humanities. Vol. 3, No. 1 (Spring 2014).

Scot A. French’s “African American Civic Activism” and the Making Jefferson School are both featured in Pride Overcomes Privilege: Charlottesville’s African American School (Charlottesville, Jefferson School African American Heritage Center 2013, 31–72).

Scot A. French “The confessions by Nat Turner 1831” (and “The confessions by Nat Turner 1967”) Encyclopedia Virginia, (Virginia Foundation for the Humanities 2009).

Scot A. French’s “Mau Mauing Filmmakers: Should Black power take the Rap for killing Nat Turner, the Movie?” in Culture and Modern African American Freedom Struggle. Brian Ward (Gainesville University Press of Florida 2001 : 233-254

Scot A. French: What is Social Memory? Southern Cultures 2, Fall 1995, 9-18.

Scot A. French and Edward L. Ayers “The Strange Journey of Thomas Jefferson” in Peter S. Onuf (Charlottesville University Press of Virginia 1993): 418-45

 

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