Dr. Jennifer Guiliano currently holds a position as Associate Professor in the Department of History and affiliated faculty in both Native American and Indigenous Studies and American Studies at IUPUI in Indianapolis, Indiana.
A review of Immersive Scholar, an initiative developing extensible models and programs for the creation and sharing of digital scholarship in large-scale and immersive visualization environments, directed by Micah Vandegrift, Walt Gurley, and Shelby Hallman
A review of the Digital Second Edition of Judaica Americana, a searchable database of American Jewish publications based on Robert Singerman's Judaica Americana: A Bibliography of Publications to 1900, directed by Arthur Mitchell Fraas and Arthur Kiron and managed by Emily Esten
A review of Tribesourcing Southwest Film, a project redressing mid-century educational films about Native people of the Southwestern U.S., led by Jennifer L. Jenkins, Melissa Dollman, and Rhiannon Sorrell
A review of Lesbian and Gay Liberation in Canada, an interactive digital resource for the study of lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer (LGBTQ+) history in Canada from 1964 to 1981, directed by Constance Crompton and Michelle Schwartz
A review of Land and Legacy, a project investigating the University of Virginia’s land expansion since the 1980s, directed by Janet S. Dunkelbarger, Connor Kenaston, Natasha Roth-Rowland, Lauren Van Nest, and Chloe Down Wells
A review of Undisciplining the Victorian Classroom, a pedagogical resource for teaching Victorian studies through a race-conscious lens, directed by Pearl Chaozon Bauer, Ryan D. Fong, Sophia Hsu, and Adrian S. Wisnicki
A review of Southeast Asia Under Japan, a repository for diverse primary and secondary sources related to studying the occupation of Southeast Asia in World War II, led by Sandeep Ray, Han Xing Yi, and Velusamy Sathiakumar Ragul Balaji