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ACLS Digital Innovation Fellows

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The ACLS Digital Innovation Fellowship program supports digitally based research projects in all disciplines of the humanities and humanities-related social sciences. It is hoped that projects of successful applicants will help advance digital humanistic scholarship by broadening understanding of its nature and exemplifying the robust infrastructure necessary for creating further such works.

2014-2015 marked the tenth and final year of the ACLS Digital Innovation Fellowship Program, generously funded by The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

Read more about this fellowship program.

Please note: affiliations shown are as of time of award. Please click on fellows' names for current information.

John  M. Flower
John M. Flower|Abstract

Associate Professor, History, University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Moral Landscape in a Sichuan Mountain Village: A Digital Ethnography of Place

William G. Thomas III
William G. Thomas III|Abstract

Professor, History, University of Nebraska-Lincoln - Railroads and the Making of Modern America

Anne Sarah Rubin
Anne Sarah Rubin|Abstract

Associate Professor, History, University of Maryland, Baltimore County - Through the Heart of Dixie: Sherman's March and America Mapping Memory

Yuri Tsivian
Yuri Tsivian|Abstract

Professor, Art History, Slavic Languages and Literatures, Comparative Literature, and Cinema and Media Studies, University of Chicago - Cinemetrics: an Open-Access Interactive Website Designed to Collect, Store, and Process Scholarly Data about Film Editing Across the History of Cinema

Patricia Seed
Patricia Seed|Abstract

Professor, History, University of California, Irvine - The Development of Mapping on the West and South Coasts of Africa by Portuguese Navigators and Cartographers from 1434-1504