The Occom Circle


The Occom Circle is a freely accessible, digital edition of documents by and about Samson Occom (1727-1792) housed in Dartmouth College. Occom was a Mohegan Indian, Presbyterian minister and missionary, intertribal leader, public intellectual, and important Indian writer. Dartmouth’s archives hold a wealth of primary materials pertaining to Occom and his circle, which included Eleazar [...]

The Stainforth Library of Women Writers

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The Stainforth Library of Women Writers (SLWW) project, spearheaded by Neukom Fellow Kirstyn Leuner, will be a virtual simulation of those works in the Reverend J. Francis Stainforth’s library, which he cataloged in this manuscript: Catalogue of the library of female authors (1866), held in CU Libraries Special Collections. Stainforth's 6,000-volume library contained only works [...]

Dante Lab

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Dante Lab is an online application that allows students and scholars of the Divine Comedy to read and compare up to four text editions from the site’s database simultaneously. The objective of Dante Lab is to create a virtual workspace that accounts for the needs of both students and novices to the poem, as well [...]

The Media Ecology Project

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The Media Ecology Project (MEP) is a digital resource at Dartmouth that will facilitate the awareness of and critical study of Media Ecology: the dynamic ecology of historical media in relation to the public sphere and public memory. The Media Ecology Project provides online access to primary moving image research materials, and engages dynamic new [...]