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CoDHR Grantee Projects

Each academic year, CoDHR invites applications from Texas A&M faculty, staff, and graduate students for Technical Assistance Awards and Research Fellowships. We are proud to recognize and congratulate the following awardees and their digital projects.

Technical Assistance Awards

Maxwell Bullard and Jacob Van Leeuwen, Department of Economics, "The Orphan Train Experiment: The Impact of America’s First Large-Scale Child Welfare Program".

Alondra Ceballos, Department of English, "Encoding Blackness in the “Other” Sor Juana".

Ira Dworkin, Department of English, "A Digital Variant Edition of Countee Cullen's "Heritage"".

Jungah Kim, Department of English, "Re-mapping the (Invisible) Bodies of the New York Subway".

David Lowe, Global Languages & Cultures, "Through to the Viz: technical support for text mining course projects".

Alberto Moreiras, Global Languages & Cultures, "Training for Transferring Política común (Journal) to a WordPress platform".

CoDHR Research Fellowships

Susan Egenolf, Department of English, "Maria Edgeworth Letters Project".

Alexandra E. LaGrand, Department of English, "Points Like A Man: The Shakespearean Breeches Performance Catalogue, 1660-1900".

Andrew R. Tripp, Department of Architecture, "Architectural Program Documents".

Tianna Helena Uchacz, School of Performance, Visualization & Fine Arts, "Dallas Women’s Gallery".

Claire Zak, Bethany Becktell, and Deborah Carlson, Department of Anthropology, "Nautical Lexicon Project".