Five College Digital Humanities: Student Fellowship Reflection

  Some students write papers, and some students start companies. 5CollDH Undergraduate Fellow and Hampshire College Student Isaiah Mann’s project, GlowLime Games, is an initiative to promote game development in the Five Colleges through a non-profit development studio run by students, with student conceived projects, and showcasing the interdisciplinary skills of student game developers. This is Isaiah’s third post of three. You can click though to read the first and second installments, or read an interview with Isaiah by Jeffrey Moro. … Read More

MassDiGI Games Challenge 2016

  Some students write papers, and some students start companies. 5CollDH Undergraduate Fellow and Hampshire College Student Isaiah Mann’s project, GlowLime Games, is an initiative to promote game development in the Five Colleges through a non-profit development studio run by students, with student conceived projects, and showcasing the interdisciplinary skills of student game developers. This is Isaiah’s second post of three. You can click though to read the first and third installments, or read an interview with Isaiah by Jeffrey Moro. … Read More

My Digital Humanities Fellowship, The Continuation….

  5CollDH Undergraduate Fellow and Mount Holyoke College student Eunice Esomonu’s project consists of four public art installations that use elements of hip hop culture to gain perspective on interactive multimedia production. This is her third post of three. You can click through to read the first and second installments, or read an interview with Eunice by Jeffrey Moro.   The Semester and the fellowship has ended but it is another beginning with this project. My idea and concept for this project … Read More

Making a Statement Both Physically and Digitally

Hip Hop is a culture about making a statement in any type of way, from rapping lyrics, to tagging on walls, to breaking. I wanted to really utilize both the physical and digital materials to show those statements in my work. My intention with my installations was to utilize materials to allow for the audience to create visual representation of themselves.In my Graffiti Installations, I wanted to take that representation of Graffiti from simple tagging to elaborate murals so I … Read More

Developing Games with 5CollDH Student Fellow Isaiah Mann

Over the last few months, we’ve run interviews with 5CollDH Student Fellows to learn more about their projects and research process. We finish up our series with Isaiah Mann, a third-year student at Hampshire College.What is your 5CollDH project about?My project was creating the infrastructure for a student game development studio: GlowLime Games. I worked with a team of dedicated student managers to form and maintain the logistics, development cycles, & group dynamics of five different development teams across the … Read More

Mixing Tech and Hip-Hop with 5CollDH Fellow Eunice Esomonu

Over the next few months, we’re running interviews with 5CollDH Student Fellows to learn more about their projects and research process. We continue our series with Eunice Esomonu, a senior at Mount Holyoke College. What is your 5CollDH project about?My project seeks to search and convey the intersection of hip hop and technology through interactive installations inspired by the four elements of hip hop: DJing/Turntablism, Graffiti, Breaking, and MCing/Rapping. I want to be able to convey the connection between hip-hop culture … Read More

Envisioning Zine Networks in Twine

  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 installments, or read an interview with Nora by Jeffrey Moro. We also encourage you to check out their blog, locatingzines.5colldh.org! … Read More

GlowLime Games: Cultivating Student Game Development

  Some students write papers, and some students start companies. 5CollDH Undergraduate Fellow and Hampshire College Student Isaiah Mann’s project, GlowLime Games, is an initiative to promote game development in the Five Colleges through a non-profit development studio run by students, with student conceived projects, and showcasing the interdisciplinary skills of student game developers. This is Isaiah’s first post of three. You can click though to read the second and third installments, or read an interview with Isaiah by Jeffrey Moro.    This … Read More

Hip Hop and The Use of Technology

  5CollDH Undergraduate Fellow and Mount Holyoke College student Eunice Esomonu’s project consists of four public art installations that use elements of hip hop culture to gain perspective on interactive multimedia production. This is her first post of three. You can click through to read the second and third installments, or read an interview with Eunice by Jeffrey Moro.   I’ve always had an interest in hip hop and how it influences people not only in the United States but worldwide. MCing/Rapping, … Read More

Open World Writing

  5CollDH Undergraduate Fellow and Amherst College student Carl “Ott” Lindstrom has audience on the brain. His fellowship project is a multimedia Scalar exhibition tracking the changing relationship of the spectator with the media object from classic film to interactive video games to the immersive future of virtual reality. This is Ott’s first post of three; you can click through to read the second and third installments, or read an interview with Ott conducted by Jeffrey Moro.    “Write of the … Read More

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