DH Press Projects

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Check out the range of DH Press projects we have created, including several pilot and proof of concept projects. These projects highlight the growing capabilities of DH Press.


Mapping the Long Women’s Movement, our leading pilot project, is an experiment with indexing, using, and ultimately understanding oral history in new ways. Created in collaboration with the Southern Oral History Program, this project visualizes connections across the lives of individual activists. The project is now online.



Ellis-Zaytoun-and-Isabel-De-KashMapping Early NC Lebanese Households launched in February, 2014 as part of the Cedars in the Pines exhibit at the N.C. Museum of History in Raleigh, N.C. This project maps Lebanese households in select North Carolina cities from 1900 to 1930, allowing visitors to explore the geography of Lebanese communities and learn more about Lebanese immigrants, their families, and others—such as boarders—with whom they lived. The project was created in collaboration with the Khayrallah Program for Lebanese-American Studies at North Carolina State University, and has been optimized for display on a  27″ Lenovo Tablet.


2013-2014 Projects

Spring 2013 Classroom Projects

The following projects were created in AMST 840: Digital Humanities/Digital American Studies (Spring 2013). Many of them are still in development. Read more.

DH Press Projects Outside of UNC

There are a number of Digital Humanities Projects active outside of UNC which utilize DH Press, including the following: