“Loose, Informal Connections: Black Women Prisoners and the Black International” by Destiny Wiley-Yancy

Ambitious Beginnings Looking back on my work on the Five College Digital Humanities Undergraduate Fellowship, my goals were ambitious. I wanted to design a geospatial carceral history project that drew together transnational linkages between the lives of two incarcerated women, Ericka Huggins and Theresa Ramashamola. On the surface, Huggins and Ramashamola could not be more dissimilar. They were active during different moments of the global Black freedom struggle, lived in different countries, and represented distinct archetypes of Black activist women. … Read More

Announcing the 2019-2020 Undergraduate Digital Humanities Fellows!

We are excited to announce this year’s fellowship cohort for the Five College Digital Humanities Undergraduate Fellowship! Read more about the fellows and their projects by clicking the links below their names. Shreeansh Agrawal Amherst College Senior Metrics of Success in South Asian Contemporary Art Vivian Nguyen Smith College Senior Bulls in a China Shop: The Asian-American Struggle for Place Cinzia Presti UMass Amherst Senior The Infrastructural Landscape of Ancient Tharos: A GIS Approach to Recording a Roman City