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Digital Humanities as Community Engagement in the Digital Watts Project

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Description: The Digital Watts Project was a digital humanities course in which students used digital tools to examine literature and rhetoric related to the 1965 “Watts Uprising.” For their final project students worked with rare Watts materials to launch a digital library for the Southern California Library (SCL), a community archive in South Los Angeles.

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