Digital Humanities strives to introduce students from all different disciplines to the benefits of using technology as an aid in education. Check out this video to see how SCU students from all different fields of study work together to create exciting digital projects!
The Living Religion Collaborative (LRC) Encounter Geomapping platform enables students to map local religious and spiritual spaces, practices, and communities in the Silicon Valley and beyond.
Students digitized the original publication of Awful Disclosures of Maria Monk along with researching its historical context.
Students curated digital and physical archival exhibits from the university's own collections.
The SCU Native History Tour, developed in collaboration with members of San Francisco Bay Area Ohlone communities, showcases the Indigenous history of the Santa Clara University campus.
Students create a digital annotated edition of an 1820 shipwreck and captivity narrative held in our library's Special Collections.
A multi-institutional digital humanities project that recovers and studies the largest private library of Anglophone women’s writing collected in the nineteenth century.
The San Francisco Bay Area Sound Map is an interactive platform and historical archive for the soundscapes of the Bay Area.