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Members of ASTR are encouraged to share their current projects with the other members of the Digital Research and Scholarship group. Please feel free to add your project to the list below. Include a title, brief description, and a url as a reference for other members. This list may be edited to length and clarity as needed.

Name - Project Title - Website

Kate Elswit, "Moving Bodies, Moving Culture" https://movingbodiesmovingculture.wordpress.com/ 

Blog containing a series of exploratory visualizations based on the 1941 South American tour of American Ballet Caravan. The posts begin with a bit about the datasets, and include maps based on modes of transportationhistorical basemaps, and dancers' imaginations.

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Amy E. Hughes, Naomi J. Stubbs, and Scott D. Dexter, "A Player and a Gentleman: The Diary of Harry Watkins, Nineteenth-Century US American Actor" http://www.HarryWatkinsDiary.org

Public home of the digital/critical edition of the diary of US actor, manager, and playwright Harry Watkins (1825-1894). The project consists of a one-volume print edition featuring selections from the diary, edited and corrected in accordance with best practices recommended by the Association for Documentary Editing (ADE); and a searchable online edition featuring the entire text of the manuscript, encoded in XML using a custom Text Encoding Initiative (TEI) schema.

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Derek Miller, "Visualizing Broadway" http://www.visualizingbroadway.com

Website-in-progress featuring Broadway production histories to take a longitudinal approach to theater history that encompasses failed and average shows, as well as successes. Lots of charts! I'm working in SQL and Python.


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