Over the past few years, I’ve had the opportunity to work on several different public history projects. Some of these are digital projects I’ve made for historical institutions, and other things have been academic or professional work at Northeastern University. Click the image to explore and learn a little about the work I’ve done previously!
Paul Revere’s Foundry and Mill
Project that I created during my time as an intern at the Paul Revere House. This ArcGIS storymap explores the work of Paul Revere’s Foundry, and the bells he produced there. It features a map of bell locations that I created from older data, as well as historical narrative and primary sources. Following “The North Star”
My personal project for the Certificate in Digital Humanities at Northeastern University. This project explores “ The North Star“, an abolitionist periodical that was edited by Frederick Douglass between 1847 and 1851. More on this project is coming soon! Mapping the World’s Columbian Exposition
Project that I created in a graduate school class. Focuses on mapping the World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago. Click on the picture to learn more and go to a video of the map in action. To Be Sold: Advertisements for Enslaved People in Colonial Boston, 1765-1770
A collaborative project with several other members of the Spring 20220 Digital Space and Place class taught by Cameron Blevins. Collective Rights Project
During my time at Northeastern, I’ve served as Research Assistant on two project. The Collective Rights Project began with an exploration with how Jewish People have been treated as a legal category. Within the project, I did research on the legal systems of countries with large populations of Jewish People. I also worked to design the map we created, and helped manage our data. Digital Cities Research Network
Since the start of the academic year, I have served as a Graduate Research Assistant with the Digital Cities Research Network. In this role, I’ve worked to conduct an environmental scan of HGIS projects and have contributed to the project Mapping Black London.