Principal Investigator: Giore Etzion. Professor Etzion maintains a website that helps Hebrew students learn verb conjugations.
Principal Investigator: American Culture Studies. The St. Louis Circuit Court Historical Records was a long-running project with collaborators from a wide range of organizations
From time to time, the HDW collaborates with other departments on projects in the humanities…
Each summer the HDW organizes a summer workshop which employs between twelve and sixteen graduate and undergraduate students who work on a range of faculty projects.
Principal Investigator: Roshan Abraham, Washington University in St. Louis. This project aims to implement a on-line critical commentary on the Life of Apollonius of Tyana by Philostratus.
For a few years the HDW was involved in streaming video for Arts & Sciences. Projects included:
Principal Investigators: D.B. Dowd, Washington University in St. Louis; Gerald Early, Washington University in St. Louis; Amanda Gailey, University of Nebraska. This project sought to create a digital collection to enable researchers to examine how children's literature and illustrations helped construct notions of race and childhood during a pivotal period in U.S. history.