Articles Referencing My Work

NEW YORK CITY IS BREAKING THE GLASS CEILING ON EQUALITY FOR WOMEN IN THE ARTS, IN BUSINESS AND IN EVERYDAY LIFE, Written by Marissa, August 2019

MY BODY ISN’T YOUR NEWS STORY, Be Bossy, April 25, 2019

One Tool in the Fight Against Wikipedia’s Notorious Gender Bias, Smithsonian Magazine, March 2019.

Do I Want to be Remembered for This? Digitization and 1990s Anime Fandom, Cultural Heritage Informatics Initiative, January 2019

Digital Summer School: Harlem Education History Project August 15, 2018 The Metropole Blog

Breaking Every Taboo: A Remembrance of Kate Millett (1934-2017), The Devil’s Tale, Dispatches from the David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library at Duke University, September 12, 2017.

How Historians are Fighting Wikipedia’s Biases, Sadie Bergen, Perspectives on History, September 2016.

Jeannette Rankin Brigade, Kelsey Matthews, Boundary Stones, WETA’s Local History Blog, August 24, 2016

Female scientist fights harassment with Wikipedia, BBC News online, March 14, 2016

The Troubling History of ‘Physical Descriptions’ of Women in the News, Michael Stone, Time.com, March 2, 2016

At Rosemont College, Tragic Women Studied. Susan Snyder, Philadelphia Inquirer, February 9, 2016.

The Natty Professor: AHA Annual Meeting Fashion Forecast,Vanessa Holden, AHA Today,  January 10, 2016.

Reflections on Digital Art History – CAA Reviews, Pamela Fletcher, June 18, 2015

A Stained-Glass Tribute to Holy Women, Kristen E. Holmes,  Philadelphia Inquirer, February 4, 2015.

Interview with Dr. Michelle Moravec, by Michelle Puccinelli,September 21, 2014

Using Pinterest to Teach Women’s Equality Day, AHA Today, August 28, 2014.

Advice to museums, historic sites: Pin it! by Jonathan Lai , Philadelphia Inquirer, 24 June 2014.

Will Digital Humanities #Disrupt the University? by Rebecca Schuman, Slate.com, 16 April, 2014

Vaulted Ambitions Stories From Where We Were to How We Got Here by Mindy Farbee, Stage Raw, 2 April 2014

The Week in Early American History by Jonathan Wilson The Junto 13 April, 2014

[TOOLS] How to do some really cool data analysis on the cheap by Sean Carlton, UBalt Tools, 20 February 2014

Life on the #GraftonLine by Matthew Pratt Guterl, Inside Higher Education, February 10, 2014

DH review roundup  6 February, 2014.

Don’t read the comments. Write them! Hook and Eye, 17 June, 2013

POST: Women’s History, and … Metadata?!  dh+lib 23 April, 2013

Academic Writer’s Block: A Matter of Form? by Liana Silva-Ford Inside Higher Education, 12 March 2013

On Silence, By Matthew Simmermon-Gomes, The Molinist, 18 March, 2013

Why you should volunteer for DHNow by Dawn Childress, Humanities@Penn State Libraries, 19 April, 2012

Review of Digital_Humanities, So What Faith? by Greg Smith, 29 December 2012.

A Big Tent, Lauren Anderson 4, November 2011 s-usih

 

My Articles Authored for the Public

Students as Authors of the Past M A R C H, May 26, 2015

If You Care About Women, You Should Edit Wikipedia Differently  M A R C H, February 4, 1015

Bringing Women’s Expertise into the Public Arena, Women in Higher Education, April 25, 2014.

Telling Untold Histories: An Unconference for Public Historians M A R C H, January 21, 2014

An Auxiliary Nurse’s Armistice Day M A R C H, November 11, 2014

A purposefully prosaic approach to digital pedagogy, or stealthing digitally M A R C H, October 21, 2014

Pinterest for Public History, M A R C H, September 16, 2014

Home Before the Leaves Fall, digital commemorations of World War I, M A R C H, August 12, 2014.

Writing in Public, U of Venus, Inside Higher Education, June 16, 2014.

5 Steps to a successful digital history project, MARCH Blog July 9, 2014.

Bringing Women’s Expertise Into the Public Arena, Women in Higher Education, Volume 23, Issue 5, May 2014, 19.

Five Lessons for Online Teaching from Finishing a MOOC, Chronicle of Higher Education, ProfHacker Column 16 April, 2014

Tales of an Indiscriminate Tool Adopter, Chronicle of Higher Education, ProfHacker Column, February 19, 2013.

GENDER AND THE DHPOCO OPEN THREAD: A CORPUS ANALYSIS DHPoco.org by Heather Froehlich and Michelle Moravec

Serendip-o-matic Seeks to Replicate Thrill of Archival Discovery Online, August 5, 2013, History News Network, selected for What We’re Reading: August 8, 2013, AHA Today

Digital Humanities in the Spotlight at PhillyDH@Penn History News Network, June 11, 2013, History News Network.

Review of Black Arts Live!  May 1, 2013, HASTAC, Humanities, Art, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory.