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In the 2015 spring semester, students in the History of Renaissance Europe class (HIST 3250) undertook a nontraditional research project to use archival materials to create their own digital exhibits. These exhibits showcase unique Renaissance-era items, housed in the Merrill-Cazier Library’s Special Collections & Archives.
This class was taught by Susan Cogan.
The Secretes of the Reverende Mayster Alexis of Piemount, Logan Allred, Colin Anderson, Jason Dance, Jason Porter, and Dakota Knight
Dürer: His Life and Works, Tami Ballingham, Jake Harker, Tori Bond, and Grayson Layton
Antiphonal Bifolium, Colton Broadbent, Katarina Dushku, Nathaniel Atwood, and Magdelina Workman
Legal Document by Bartolomeo Lelii (1537-1543), Bruce Niebergall, Kody Walker, Jordan Conlin, and Mike Emery
Thomas Cogan and The Haven of Health, Bridget Parslow, David Eldridge, Kolby Mickelson, and Skye Cranney
Classics in the Renaissance Classroom, Scott Watts, Eric Lehenbauer, Dylan Holcomb, and Alison Fabricius