In DGAH 110 – Hacking the Humanities students create a final project that revolves around Carleton’s history. The class uses new digital technologies to tell stories (well-researched, carefully documented, scholarly sophisticated stories) of how Carleton’s past inhabitants built, inhabited and experienced the spaces that we encounter (or no longer encounter) today.
Imagined Futures, Forgotten Pasts: A History of Carleton’s Campus is a student-curated exhibition and an accompanying online project which explores Carleton’s rich architectural history. In partnership with the Carleton College Archives, research for the project was conducted by 20 student-curators enrolled in Professor Baird Jarman’s ‘History of Campus Planning’ course (Fall 2021) and Perlman Teaching Museum Director Sara Cluggish’s ‘Curatorial Seminar’ (Winter 2022).
Most of the books listed here are available in the library's general collection or reference collection, the Archives, and online.
Searches through citations, subject headings, and some abstracts
The premier database for linguistics and literary studies, this index includes articles, dissertations, books, book chapters, and more. Covers 1926 - current.