ECDS produces, promotes, and supports digital publications. Below are some of the digital publication projects we've helped foster.
Several collaborative initiatives compose the Atlanta Studies Network, all emphasizing research and teaching about Atlanta metropolitan region from the early twentieth century to the present.
Includes Belfast Group Poetry | Networks, Women's Genre Fiction, Southern Changes, The Civil War in America, Emory Women Writers Resource Project, Thomas Merton's Red Diary, The Martyred President, The Great War, French Revolution Pamphlet Collection, Young John Allen Papers, The Oxford Experience, Johann Bugenhagen's funeral sermon for Martin Luther, The W.B. Yeats Collection, Complete Prose of T.S. Eliot.
JHR is a peer-reviewed, multimedia journal using a collaborative model with rehabilitation professionals, patients and their families to gain a greater understanding of the human experience of disability through art, literature and narrative. The purpose of this interdisciplinary journal is to raise the consciousness and deepen the intellect of the humanistic relationship in the rehabilitation sciences.
In an ongoing series of born-digital videos, Poets in Place presents contemporary poets reading and discussing their poems in locations they write about. Selected by US poet laureate and Emory professor of creative writing Natasha Trethewey, the writers represented in Poets in Place give voice to the continuities and changes in regions such as the Black Belt, Carolina Piedmont, Atlanta metropolitan region, Gulf Coast, Southern Appalachians, and Lowcountry.
Sacred Matters is a web magazine of public scholarship that undercuts conventional understandings of religion and reimagines the boundaries between religion and culture.
Southern Spaces is a peer-reviewed, multimedia, open-access journal published in collaboration with the Robert W. Woodruff Library of Emory University. We publish articles, photo essays and images, reviews, presentations, and short videos about real and imagined spaces and places of the US South and their global connections.
"Sounding Spirit: Digital Scholarly Editions of Vernacular Sacred Music in America, 1850-1925" will make available in open access digital editions and companion print editions currently inaccessible books of highly significant religious music in the United States from an era of dramatic change in American religion, music, and culture that has previously escaped scholarly editing and critical scrutiny. These widely influential texts representing popular religious music genres will be edited, richly annotated with text and multimedia, paired with in-depth critical introductions, and published in state-of-the-art, open access, digital scholarly editions and hardcover print editions.
Two projects have been developed from Giovanni Battista Falda's exceptionally detailed 1676 plan of Rome, both a virtual experience and a zoomable version of the map.