Digital Projects

The Collective Rights Project is digital resource for mapping legal forms of collective rights and disabilities around the world. First map, “Jewish Collective Rights around the World,” is currently in prototype stage.

Digital History of the Jews in Boston. A collaborative project with my students in Digital Histories of Ethnic Boston (HIST 2430), this site includes maps tracking Jewish migration over 150 years within and around greater Boston and shared spaces between Jews and African Americans in Boston: https://dhjewsofboston.northeastern.edu/

History of Boston. The public site for my Northeastern University class, including all lectures, readings, and neighborhood tours: https://historyofboston.cssh.northeastern.edu/

Online Resources for Student Research in Jewish Studies (research guide): https://cssh.northeastern.edu/jewishstudies/resources/student-research-guide/

Guided History was my first effort at getting students to engage in digital history, mainly by having them create online research guides (and a few other things). Though it’s a BU site so I know longer have access to it, it’s still online and serving as a valuable resource: https://blogs.bu.edu/guidedhistory/