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Last summer I researched the experiences of women at Gettysburg College during the pivotal decade 1965-1975 with the support of a college grant, the Koble Fellowship, a ten-week humanities based faculty-mentored research project. I tracked women's experiences at the college during this period and designed a digital scholarship project to share their stories. As a history major and as a feminist, a project about the history of women and their activism on campus nicely complemented by interests. (excerpt)
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Noto, Christina. "Bringing Stories to Life by Sharing Archival Material." Mid-Atlantic Archivist 46, no. 3 (Summer 2017). 9, 31.
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