Earlier this semester, Professor Lindsay DiCuirci announced the launch of a collaborative digital exhibition with the American Antiquarian Society. Students in Dr. DiCuirci's seminar selected the items, organized and designed the exhibits, and composed essays and item labels. The product of a semester-long research project for students in her seminar on women and periodicals, "Mill Girls in Nineteenth Century Print" is now a permanent exhibition on the American Antiquarian Society (AAS) website--a testament to the strong collaborative and scholarly work that our students produce. Recently this achievement has been highlighted by UMBC News in an expanded story on the exhibition and its findings. Congratulations once again to Dr. DiCuirci and her seminar students for this outstanding work.
Posted: February 29, 2016, 10:22 PM