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199. Unravelling the Strange Genius of Mr. O. with Dr. Carolyn Eastman

April 15, 2021

In the early years of the nineteenth century, former Virginia schoolteacher James Ogilvie embarked on a lecture tour that took the United States by storm. Born Scotland, Ogilvie became a renowned orator, packing rooms in urb…

Digital History Education Public History

194. Building Digital History Projects at the Washington Library with the ITPS Interns

Feb. 4, 2021

One of the most important things we’re able to do at the Center for Digital History is offer internships to college students. Working with students allows us to move our projects forward while giving them real world opportun…

Digital History Education Public History

178. Digitally Interning at the Washington Library with Jamie Morris

Oct. 1, 2020

The Washington Library's Center for Digital History often collaborates with students to advance its research and public history projects. That can take many forms. We work regularly with faculty to integrate our digital proj…

Education Public History Digital History

150. Teaching Online in a Time of Covid-19 with Sadie Troy

March 19, 2020

It's mid-March 2020 and chances are you're listening to this episode from the comfort of your home as you practice social distancing. Over the past few weeks many schools and businesses has suspended public operations and tr…