The following are collaborative student digital projects, undertaken in various classes as well as extracurricularly.
- The 1853 Digital Archive
- An ongoing digitization and visualization platform based on SNHU’s 1853 Archive
- Dickens Letters Digitized
- Group project for LIT 451: Seminar in British Literature: The History of the Book (Fall 2017)
- Jude’s Movement
- Student group mapping digitization representing Jude’s movements in Jude the Obscure, created for LIT 310: Victorian Literature: Victorian Space (Fall 2016)
- Bleak History: 1853 Archive
- Class contributions to the University’s 1853 Archive for LIT 451: Seminar in British Literature: The History of the Book (Fall 2014)
- The Reading Project
- Student projects for LIT 335: Major Author Studies: Charles Dickens (Fall 2012)
- Gothic Collaborations
- Shared SNHU/Saint Anselm College Gothic literature blog for LIT 451: Seminar in British Literature: The Gothic (Fall 2012)
- All Art is Quite Useless
- Student blog project for LIT 451: Seminar in British Literature: Literature and Visual Culture (Spring 2012)
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I’ve just been the inaugural writer-in-resdience at Hospitalfield near Arbroath. The place is a great resource re Victorian art and lit as Patrick-Allan Fraser – who left the house to artists of the future when he died in 1890 – had personal links with Dickens as well as Augustus Egg, WP Frith and many other artists. There are letters in the archive (the five from Dickens are unpublished) and commissioned self-portraits in the Gallery from most of the original members of the Clique.
I’m developing a website on all this which is well underway: http://www.patisback.co.uk
Hope it’s of interest.