Faculty Profile: Tanya Zanish-Belcher
By Chelcie Rowell On January 14, 2015 · Leave a Comment · In Faculty Profiles
As an archivist, I have long been interested in creating connections between researchers, students, the communities in which we live, and the historical record, which documents who we are. The digital humanities offers new ways of sharing and seeing the record of the past, and I consider myself an active collaborator in representing the archival perspective. Participating in the St. Benedict the Moor Catholic Church anniversary project has been a tremendous experience, allowing me to assist both a community church and Wake Forest students engaged in learning.
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