Digital Projects Showcase

Humanities Week

Co-sponsored by the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies, the School of International Letters and Cultures and the Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics, this Digital Projects Showcase will feature the work of digital humanities and digital scholarship at ASU, present compelling cases of how digital humanities methods can augment and accompany the work we do as scholars and introduce undergraduates to the field of digital humanities. 


  • 8:30 a.m. — Welcome, Introductions and Coffee
  • 9–10 a.m. — Poster/Demo Session 1
  • 10–10:30 a.m. — Break
  • 10:30–11:30 a.m. — Featured Panel (Journal of a Plague Year: An Archive of COVID-19)*
  • 11:30–11:45 a.m. — Break 
  • 11:45 a.m.–12:45 p.m. — Poster/Demo Session 2
  • 12:45 p.m. — Closing Remarks

Carmen Urioste, Jonathan Hope, Rashad Shabazz, J.T. Roane, Tracey Perkins, Geoff Way, Gilberto Lopez, Michael Ostling, Julie Codell, Andre Morrison, Monica Boyd, Gabriel Garcia, Sarah Froxylia, John Kole, Nalubega Ross, Mike Tueller, Matt Toro, Adair Landborn, Silvia Stoyanova, Serena Ferrando, Rachel Leket-Mor, Erin Lane, Sean Kenney, Erica O’Neil, Liz Grumbach, Patricia Colleen Murphy, Rafael A. Martínez, Rachel Fernandez, Marissa C. Rhodes, Mark Tebeau, Erin Craft, Kathleen Kole de Peralta, Catherine O’Donnell, Crystal Li, Haley Hummel, Ariana Bermúdez, Aashish Yadav, Bertha Lopez Altamirano.

Bios of event organizers

    • Silvia Stoyanova is a Faculty Associate in Italian at SILC and Lecturer in Italian at Rutgers University. She has a PhD in Italian from Columbia University and has taught Italian Studies as Lecturer at Princeton University. Silvia has held postdoctoral fellowships and guest researcher appointments in Digital Humanities at Trier University, the University of Macerata and the Austrian Centre for Digital Humanities. She is the editor of Digital Zibaldone, a digital edition and research platform for Giacomo Leopardi’s intellectual notebooks.  
    • Dr. Mike Tueller is a professor of the Classics, specializing in the study of ancient Greek poetry. He is currently editing and translating the epigrams of the Greek Anthology with Harvard University Press. He is also the principal investigator for Hylas (, an online metrical search tool for Greek and Latin poetry.
    • Marissa Rhodes is a Post-Doctoral Fellow in the School of Historical, Philosophical and Religious Studies at Arizona State University and Managing Directory of the Journal of the Plague Year: An Archive of COVID-19. She has a PhD in History and Masters in Library Sciences, both from the University at Buffalo and is a founder/producer of Dig: A History Podcast. 
    • Liz Grumbach is the Program Manager for Digital Humanities and Research for the Lincoln Center for Applied Ethics, an organization committed to exploring co-creative and participatory strategies for ethical technological innovation, at Arizona State University. Her current research and scholarly goals include investigating critical methodologies for sharing cultural data, digital public humanities and the formation of feminist, anti-racist digital commons and cooperatives that actively engage with questions of labor and social justice. 

*Pre-Register for the panel "Journal of a Plague Year: An Archive of COVID-19" here

Michael Tueller
School of International Letters and Cultures
DH 135, Durham Hall