Past Projects

Whiteness in NH: An Archaeology of Accountability


The research aimed to critically interrogate the colonial roots of whiteness and privilege in NH and how it perpetuates systemic racialized and class-based inequities today.
 

  • Faculty Members

  • Jordan Fansler & E. Harrison-Buch

  • Students

  • Alec Momenee-DuPrie & Kieran Mulligan

 

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Envisioning Black & Indigenous New Hampshire


The funding supported continued progress on a cross-institutional, community-involved digital humanities project exploring the history of Black and Indigenous people in New Hampshire. 

  • Faculty Members

  • Stu Wallace & Alexis Broderick

  • Students

  • Ryan Cutting & Jonathon Nichols

 

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Social History of Civil Rights Project


The goal for the summer internship was to catalog the most important civil rights struggles that occurred in specific states in the west. 

  • Faculty Members

  • Jason Sokol

  • Students

  • Benjamin Rodgers & Alessandro Morales

 

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Italian Americans and Social Justice


The project aimed to discover, document, and share with the public the often-overlooked history of Italian immigrants who fought for social justice and human rights.  

  • Faculty Members

  • Anna Marra

  • Students

  • Katlynn Read & Melanie Matts

 

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New Hampshire Justice for All Campaign


The project examined multimodal composing practice using the strategies social activists use in creating texts that further the causes of social justice actions.  

  • Faculty Members

  • Krista Jackman

  • Students

  • Marianna Miller & Rebecca Nann

 

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Widowhood in Renaissance Italy
 


The research was focused around an in-progress monograph, Widow City: Emotion and Politics in Renaissance Italy, which investigates the role of widowhood in early modern Italian literature and politics.

  • Faculty Members

  • Chloe Kofman

  • Students

  • Anna Wainwright

 

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Racial Unity Team & Portsmouth Public Library Internships


This project accomplished the organization and development of an internship at the Portsmouth Public Library and the Racial Unity Team.

  • Faculty Members

  • Emily M. Hinnov & Cindy Walton

  • Students

  • Erin Luckern & Catie Moloney

 

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Covid Diaries
 


A CCSNH Virtual Symposium a day of scholarly exploration delving into COVID-19 and its effects on our world.
 

  • Faculty Members

  • Paula Delbonis-Platt (NHTI)

  • Students

  • Rebecca Nann & Melissa Sprague

 

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