January 02, 2014

Digital Humanities Students to Work on Curley Mansion Project

The Boston Globe covers the work Wentworth professors and students are conducting in an upcoming course entitled “Digital Approaches to Boston Culture.” The course would use digital techniques to “curate and visualize aspects of Curley’s career,” according to the Globe, and digitally bring to life the former mansion of Boston Mayor James Curley, which resides in Jamaica Plain.

The article was published on December 21, 2013. (read article)

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