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Locating Zines: 5CollDH Fellowship Wrap-Up Post

Mariel Nyröp/ August 1, 2016

    Where games, archives, and zines meet, you’ll find 5CollDH Undergraduate Fellow and Hampshire College student Nora Miller hard at work. Miller’s project uses digital cartographic and network mapping tools to critically explore the physical and cultural travel of zines in the 1990s. This is Nora’s third post of three; you can click through to read the first and…

Dominicano Donde Sea

Omar Pineda/ July 12, 2016

60 Years of Globalization, Migration, and Integration in the Nikkei Dominican Community — A Microgrant Reflection by Omar Pineda From the streets of Little Tokyo in Los Angeles to those of São Paulo’s Liberdade district, Japan’s culture, media, and people have disseminated all over the world. Many have engaged the relationship between media and migration within the Japanese diaspora, focusing…

Envisioning Zine Networks in Twine

Nora Miller/ March 25, 2016

  Where games, archives, and zines meet, you’ll find 5CollDH Undergraduate Fellow and Hampshire College student Nora Miller hard at work. Miller’s project uses digital cartographic and network mapping tools to critically explore the physical and cultural travel of zines in the 1990s. This is Nora’s first post of three; you can click through to read the second and third…

Locating Zines with 5CollDH Student Fellow Nora Miller

Jeffrey Moro/ January 11, 2016

Over the next few months, we’re running interviews with 5CollDH Student Fellows to learn more about their projects and research process. We start our series with Nora Miller, a Division II student at Hampshire College.  What is your 5CollDH project about? My project, Locating Zines, explores networks of zines (small, self-produced booklets or mini magazines) in the 1990s through digital…