Digital Scholarship Summer Fellows, 2018

Maddie Cramer ’19 is an English major with minors in Music and Greek who is on track to get her teaching certification for secondary English education. Her project will be a website of inter-connected pages dealing with American Gothic literature to be used in high school classrooms. Although it will include information about some canonical authors (e.g. Hawthorne, Poe, Irving, Melville, James), the main focus is authors of different identities who have not traditionally been included in the canon.

Emma Lewis ’20 is a History major and member of the DSSF 2017 cohort. Last year, she created a choose-your-own-adventure audio tour, Stories in the Streets. This year, she is working with a collection of oral histories about the college in the early twentieth century to create video interpretations. She is also continuing work on collecting data for Gettysburg College’s Named Spaces project.

Ivana Lopez Espinosa ’19 is a rising senior majoring in Sociology with a minor in Music from the Sunderman Conservatory of Music. During her time at Gettysburg, she has been the student worker at the Office of Diversity and Inclusion, where her interest in her project began. Ivana plans on completing a public history project focusing on the diversification of Gettysburg College from the establishment to the present. She plans on creating a multi-page website with embedded timelines, images, and sound of the college’s history.

Gauri Mangala ’21 is researching the phenomenon of performance as means of storytelling in the town of Gettysburg in response to Lincoln’s address.

Augusta Pendergast ’19 is a Philosophy major at Gettysburg College. She is especially interested in the ways in which cultural trends can shape the way we operate on an individual level. Her project this summer focuses on analyzing student works over the last century through the lens of the modern and postmodern eras. Through gaining a better understanding of Gettysburg College culture in these eras, she will then be able to look at contemporary student works to discover how our present day fits into these broad narratives.

Digital Scholarship Committee

Clint Baugess is a Research & Instruction Librarian at Musselman Library and coordinates the library’s information literacy instruction program. He also serves as the librarian liaison for Gettysburg College’s History department. With a background in instruction, he is interested in how digital history can enhance undergraduate learning and research.

John Dettinger is the Assistant Director of User Services at Musselman Library.  His academic background is in literature, and he recently completed a library science degree.  The Digital Scholarship Committee offers him a chance to learn about digital tools that were not a core component of his humanities education, and he plans to use that knowledge to promote digital scholarship wherever his library career takes him.

Amy Lucadamo ’00 is the College Archivist in Special Collections and College Archives, Musselman Library.  Her background is in Public History and when she is not planning and installing physical exhibits, she likes to imagine what can be done digitally.  She helped to create the The First World War Letters of H.J.C. Peirs: a digital history.

R.C. Miessler is the Systems Librarian at Musselman Library. A lifelong geek in all things religion and technology, he’s interested in how students and faculty use technology to present and interpret humanities research, integrating historical and modern maps to tell spatial narratives, and the intersection of gaming and digital humanities.

Kevin Moore is a Research & Instruction Librarian at Musselman Library and serves as the librarian liaison to Gettysburg College’s Biology and Psychology departments. He enjoys having the opportunity to support multimodal compositions.

Janelle Wertzberger is Assistant Dean and Director of Scholarly Communications at Musselman Library. Her library background is in research and instruction, and she currently manages Gettysburg College’s institutional repository, The Cupola.