DIGITAL PROJECTS @ YALE

DIGITAL PROJECTS @ YALE

Pauli Murray: A Digiography

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The Kan'ichi Asakawa Epistolary Network Project

Kani’chi Asakawa (1873-1948) was the first professor of Japanese history and the head of the East Asia Library at Yale. Asakawa was an influential scholar in the field of...

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Citation Database for Testimonies

The Citation Database, developed in partnership by the Fortunoff Video Archive for Holocaust Testimonies and Yale Digital Humanities Lab, provides a direct link from the citations of testimonies in...

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James Baldwin's American Scene

The “James Baldwin’s American Scene” seminar, taught by Professor Jacqueline Goldsby, examines Baldwin’s self-declared role as “witness” to America’s struggle to achieve racial justice. Through discussions of Baldwin’s essays...

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