We are excited to announce the winner of the 2022 Center for Digital Humanities Senior Thesis Prize! The award recognizes exceptional work that substantially engages with or contributes to the field of digital humanities. Students are nominated by their department.
Jessica Lambert (Anthropology), “Defending Our Freedom: The U.S. Military, Environmental Contamination, and Ongoing Native Land Theft in the Choctaw Nation”
Charlotte Root (Art and Archaeology), "Faith in Flux: Romano-British Religion in Archaeology and Epigraphy”
We plan to feature Jessica and Charlotte’s work on the blog this summer, so be sure to check back to learn more about their projects.