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  • The New Woman: The Bicycle and “Rational Dress”
    I created this Padlet for my English class on Victorian Short Fiction with Professor Sarah Bilston. The assignment was to create a digital exhibition about the Victorian New Woman. We could focus on any aspect of the New Woman, and I chose to look at the relationship between the popularity of the bicycle and the rise of the Rational Dress...
  • ARCANUM
    Queer|Art is pleased to announce the 2019-2020 Queer|Art|Mentorship Annual Exhibition: “ARCANUM,” open from October 29, 2020 through January 7, 2021. The exhibition features new and ongoing work by the graduating Fellows of the organization’s celebrated Queer|Art|Mentorship (QAM) program and comprises interactive multimedia installations and events focused on revitalizing the intergenerational and interdisciplinary art of storytelling. Combining both virtual components and...
  • Community Partner Video Project
    This project tasked students in CACT 101 (Community Action Gateway First Year Seminar) with working with a community partner to create a video reflecting their needs and hopes. This was a long-term project with multiple submissions of items as a team. There are marginal comments. in the attached assignment description which notes what Professor Williamson would recommend doing differently next...
  • Hartford on the Brain
    This project started as a series of walking tours to engage students and community members in learning about the rich history of scientists and educators in and around Hartford.  My first inspiration was learning that Henry Molaison was from Hartford, his surgery was at Hartford Hospital, and he lived in a home on Congress Street. But as I kept digging...
  • Health Equity Solutions Video Project
    This project is a 1-minute overview video of the mission, history, and initiatives of Health Equity Solutions. Health Equity Solutions (HES) is a Hartford-based nonprofit that seeks to advance health justice in Connecticut by challenging systems of racism and economic injustice and advocating for community-supported health policy. As part of the Community Action Gateway, we collaborated with Samantha Lew from...
  • The Evolution of Interior Design
    This project uses knightlab timelines on a squarespace website for the magazine covers of House & Garden and House Beautiful between the 1940s-2010s. I created this website for my AMST-306 Digital Humanities class in the fall of 2019, however I am still adding to and working on the website to improve it. The inspiration behind this website is my passion...
  • Monosexism and Its Impact on Bi+ Health
    This exhibit is for the final project of my introductory class of the Global Health Humanities Gateway. I was inspired by the prejudices that myself and other multisexual people face as a result of our sexuality. I consider it a finished project, but I would like to include more historic voices of color in the exhibit to paint a fuller...
  • Process Paper Template
    A process paper (or reflective element) helps students think about the process of designing and making their assigned final product. ​ It gives them a space to reflect on elements of their work that may not be evident in the final product, including:​ Challenges they faced in design ​ The process of making design choices​ The audience they imagined for their work (if not explicitly defined in...
  • Timeline JS Assignment with Rubric
    This assignment was created for FYSM194: Stories we Tell: Histories of Medicine in the United States, 1800 to the present. It asks students to use excerpts from John Pintard’s diary to create a timeline on the cholera epidemic in New York City. The assignment includes a rubric that indicates how points will be distributed for content and design elements.
  • Digital Assignment Checklist
    This checklist can assist faculty in creating a digital assignment. It offers guiding questions in thinking through an assignment from concept to design to instruction.