Faculty Profile: Monique O’Connell
By Chelcie Rowell On January 14, 2015 · Leave a Comment · In Faculty Profiles
Monique is interested in DH both as a research tool and in its potential applications in the classroom. Since 2000, she has been part of the Rulers of Venice team (www.rulersofvenice.org), an on-line searchable database of the election registers of the medieval Venetian Republic, and she has served as the principal project editor since 2010. She has taught an FYS, “Public Life in Venice,” incorporating digital mapping and an exhibit space powered by Omeka. She served as the Chair of Electronic Media and the Digital Humanities representative for the Renaissance Society of America from 2010-2014.
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