I am a graduate student at George Mason University in pursuit of my Master’s Degree in Applied History with New Media.
Work in progress for my web design course, Programming for Historians (also known as Clio 3) in Fall 2012.
Work completed for my web design course, Creating History in New Media (also known as Clio 2) in Spring 2011.
My final project for Clio 2, examining the residences of 19th-century African-American Members of the House of Representatives in Washington, D.C., and discussing their living space as it reflected their ability to legislate.
A reflection on my work for my new media courses in addition to general comments I might have on Digital History.
Important links relating to my school work and day job as a congressional historian with the Office of the Historian, U.S. House of Representatives.