Southern Spaces: A digital publishing retrospective

Since its launch in 2004, the open-access, peer-reviewed journal Southern Spaces, published by Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS), has combined multimedia scholarly publishing with critical regional studies and graduate student training. The journal’s newly published retrospective features recollections and commentaries from the journal’s founders and past members of the editorial staff. While conveying some of the […]

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ECDS hosts public events in hip hop-inspired digital scholarship

fall 2017 residency

Joycelyn Wilson, an assistant professor at Georgia Tech’s School of Literature, Media, and Communication and an expert in hip hop-inspired humanities research and pedagogy, is offering two public events this September through the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS) residency program. Please follow the links below to learn more about these events, both of which […]

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Visit Atlanta landmark Manuel’s Tavern virtually via digital archive

Manuel's bar

The tangible space and intangible spirit of Manuel’s Tavern can now be experienced virtually on a new website that encapsulates an expertly crafted digital archive of the Atlanta landmark bar’s iconic decor. The website, Unpacking Manuel’s Tavern, presents a searchable database of pictures and newspapers hung on the walls in an accumulative array over time, […]

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GPB reports on ECDS ‘Big City Map’ digital scholarship project

A scene from Big City

The Big City Map website, a project developed by the Emory Center for Digital Scholarship (ECDS), is among the topics in a new interview with Brotherman comic book illustrator Dawud Anyabwile. Listen to the discussion on the August 23, 2017 broadcast of the Georgia Public Broadcasting (GPB) program, On Second Thought: How ‘Brotherman’ forever changed comics. Related ECDS […]

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