Category Humanities

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Mapping Memory: Digitizing Sherman’s March to the Sea

Humanities Forum
Tuesday, December 2 | 4:00 p.m.
Digital Humanities Initiative Event
Anne Sarah Rubin, Associate Professor of History and Director of the Center for Digital History and Education, UMBC, and Kelley Bell, Assistant Professor of Visual Arts, UMBC
Albin O. Kuhn Library Gallery

UMBC professors Anne Sarah Rubin and Kelley Bell use the 150th anniversary of Sherman’s March to the Sea to discuss their collaboration on a digital project about this American Civil War event. Sherman’s March and America: Mapping Memory is an experiment in digital history that uses storytelling to introduce viewers to ideas about the intersections of place and memory. By showing the various approaches to one historical event—the 1864 March to the Sea—this project opens up questions about the stories that are told about the past. (Click heading for full description.)

Russian event

Russian Culture and Couture: An Evening of Russian Song, Cuisine, and Fashion

Russian Culture and Couture: An Evening of Russian Song, Cuisine, and Fashion
Sunday, December 7 | 5:00-8:00 p.m.
University Center Ballroom

On Sunday, December 7, the UMBC Russian Club will present, “Russian Culture and Couture Hosted at UMBC: An Evening of Russian Song, Cuisine, and Fashion.” The event is supported by the Department of Modern Languages, Linguistics, and Intercultural Communication; The Embassy of the Russian Federation, Washington, D.C.; The Russian Center for Science and Culture in Washington, D.C.; and (Click heading for full description.)


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