Faculty, staff, and students at Grinnell College have curated exhibits that range in both time and space, from Ancient Rome to contemporary Asia.
Digital Sexuality Archive
Developed by Prof. Carolyn Lewis and Helen Eckhard '18 (history), the Digital Sexuality Archive is a gateway to digital resources available on sex and sexuality in the U.S.
The Grinnell Beowulf
The Grinnell Beowulf is a translation and teaching edition of the Old English poem. Six students worked with Tim Arner, assistant professor of English, to translate Beowulf into readable and poetic modern English.
Developed by Prof. Caleb Elfenbein and Chloe Briney'17 in consultation with the DLAC, Mapping Islamophobia is an interactive visual representation of Islamophobic incidents in the U.S..
Mapping the Spectacle of Grief
This website (under development) examines Civil War memory by mapping large public funerals for prominent politicians, military leaders, and social activists from 1852-1898.
Sites at Grinnell College
Sites at Grinnell College provides a place for faculty, students, and staff to share their scholarship and teaching with a publicly accessible web presence.