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Digital Humanities Center

Digital Humanities Center

223 English/Counseling Ser. Bldg.

Kansas State University 

dhcenter@ksu.edu or crosbym@ksu.edu


Supported by grants from the Kansas Humanities Council and the Institute for Digital Research in the Humanities, here are the current digital humanities projects being worked done at K-State. 

Current Projects                          


 WWI poetry postcard 

American Poetry of the First World War

Work Study: Rookie Rhymes (2014)

Scholarly Editor: Tim Dayton 

Scholarly Coordinator: Mark Crosby

Contributors: Jessica Reyes (2013), Zian Butler (2014), Taylor Madsen (2014), Brittney Tyler-Milholland (2014), Steven Miller (2015).

 Gordon Parks

Gordon Parks 

Scholarly Coordinators: Katy Karlin and Cameron Leader Picone

Contributors: Lacey Brummer (2014), Elijah Kampsen (2014), Carmen Schober (2014), Stephanie Scott (2014), Alex Stinson (2014-15)

 MA Thesis Projects

   hired to depress    

 Hired to Depress: William Blake's Annotations to Sir Joshua Reynolds' 'Discourses

 Created by Elizabeth Potter (MA 2017)  

 Supervisor: Mark Crosby                      


 "Tintern Abbey" By William Wordsworth: A Digital Scholarly Edition

 Created by Brennan Saddler (MA 2017) 

 Supervisor: Mark Crosby

Don't Panic


 The Web Scholar's Guide to The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy

 Created by Phillip Howells (MA 2018)

 Supervisor: Mark Crosby

Undergraduate Projects

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 "Display/ced Natives:" The Ad Astra Figure Representing Kansas   

  Scholarly Coordinator: Steffi Dippold

  Created by: Cheyenne White (2018/19)





How to Cook a Raccoon: History of Kansas Recipe Collections

Scholarly Coordinator: Steffi Dippold

Created by Brendan Clary, Dene Dryden, Megan Eppler, Joyce Friedel, Kyle Hempel,

Michael McCosh, and Noor Mustafa (2018/19)


Previous Graduate and Undergraduate Student projects 

These are projects developed as part of classwork within English. 695: Intro to Digital Humanities, Engl. 698: American Everyday: The Ordinary, the Deviant, and the Marginalized', Engl. 825: William Blake's Illuminated Books, and Eng. 625: Romanticism.




Reading Kansas: Hidden Histories of Midwestern Book Culture 

Scholarly Coordinator: Steffi Dippold

Contributors: Fall 2016 Honors Seminar: Abilene Alderson, Hallie Lucas, Hunter Nelson, Sarah Peterson, Adam Smith, Malorie Wagner, Dylan Wheeler, and Cheyenne White. 


American Everyday

Things that Speak:American Everyday

Scholarly Coordinator: Steffi Dippold 

Contributors: Fall 2014 Capstone Students, Brittany Roberts (2014) and Rachel Cunningham (2014), Alex Stinson (2014-2015)

 Adaptation and Appropriation Database

Adaptation and Appropriation Database

Project manager: Alex Stinson

Contributors: Steven Kelly (2014), Elizabeth Hoyt (2014)

 Curry Archive


John Steuart Curry

Beach Museum of Art

Contributors: Fred Amstutz (2014), Elizabeth Thompson (2014), Virgina Vincent (2014)



Visions of Oppression: An Exploration of William Blake's Visions of the Daughters of Albion

Created by Sarah Brooks (2015)



The Bible of Hell: Revisited

Created by Minadora Macheret (2015)


William Blake's Illustrations to Dante's "Divine Comedy" - The Circle of the Lustful

Created by Natalie Monas (2015)

        man on mountain         

 The Sublime Experience

Created by Nathan Snell (2016)                                                                                                                                                                                                  


Blake and Buddhism

Created by Mawi Sonna (2016)

   Young Frankenstein

An Analysis on the use of Imagery within Frankenstein

Created by Taryn Oborny (2016)


A Defense of Hip Hop

Created by Colin Eurit and MacKenzie Phrommany (2016)