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Georgia College Timeline and Major Events

Georgia College’s timeline was made by English major Rosalie Bodkin in Summer 2021 as part of her capstone with Associate Professor of English, Jenny Flaherty, and under the site supervision of Assistant Professor of Library Science, Holly Croft. The timeline is made with the open-source tool, Timeline JS by Knight Lab. 

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Georgia College Timeline

Six Degrees of Rembrandt: Using Digital Tools in the Humanities

This project was created by students Sarah Sander, an art major with a fine art studio concentration, Grace Smith, an art major with a fine art studio concentration, and Hayley Johnson, an art major with a fine art studio concentration and a psychology minor. Their project was presented at the Georgia College Student Research Conference on March 25, 2022, their mentor is Dr. Elissa Auerbach.

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The Dream Game

The Dream Game is a digital photography and 3-Dimensional printing prototype project that is the result of a collaboration between members from Imagine Art in Austin, Texas in their Training 4 Transformation program, which offers weekly virtual peer support groups, arts-based activities, and collaborative learning opportunities. The design and layout were produced by Matt Forrest, Associate Professor of Art, and Jenna Bryson, Program Designer of the Department of Art at Georgia College. Made with Adobe Photoshop and Adobe Illustrator. 

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Art from the Middle Ages Meets the Modern World

This project was presented at the Georgia College Student Research Conference on March 25, 2022. The student who created this project is Maya Whipple, art major with a concentration in studio art. Her mentor is Dr. Elissa Auerbach. 

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Baldwin County Little Free Libraries

This student project was created by Leslie Calvert, an art major with a graphic design concentration and Claire O'Neill, an art major with a graphic design concentration and a minor in marketing. Their mentor is Professor Matthew Forrest.

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Depictions of St. Christopher in Medieval Art

This project was created by Ashley Johnson, a history major and museum studies minor, which she presented at the DHC session at the student research conference. Her mentor is Dr. Elissa Auerbach. 

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Ivory in the Middle Ages

This project was created and presented at the Georgia College Student Research Conference on March 25, 2022 by Megan Morelly, an art major with a concentration in fine art studio. Her mentor is Dr. Elissa Auerbach. 

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Ivory in the Middle Ages

The Soul of Georgia

The Soul of Georgia is a project created by Evan Leavitt, Ina Dillard Russell Library. This project explains the history behind the music scene in Milledgeville, Georgia. 

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Conflict in America: Case Studies in Peace Making

"Contemporary America seems more divided than ever before—how do we move forward as a society plagued by these divisions? This was the guiding question behind “Conflict in America: Case Studies in Peace-Making” as groups of students and professors from across the United States came together weekly to discuss and research local examples of conflict—and resolution."

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Tanzania Daily News

This podcast and website project was made by students enrolled in AFST 2010: Introduction to African Studies taught in Fall 2021 by Stefanie Sevcik from the Department of English. Created by students: Claire Strickland, Lydia Boston, Avary Simpson, Mackenzie Murad, Mwaka Mutiti, Kyler Darsey. Made with GarageBand.

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Les Femmes de Théâtre

This project was made by students enrolled in the Fall 2021 special topics course, In Search of Lost Women, taught by Libby Murphy, Professor of French and Chair of the Department of World Languages & Cultures. Created by students: Gabrielle DuChateau, Tucker Skipper, Charlotte Aexel, Daria Brown, Charleigh Stepp, and Ben Peters. Made with Canva.

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