Public Humanities Collaborative Students Present at Summer Research Symposium

#ICYMI last week Trinity College Public Humanities Collaborative students presented at the Summer Research Symposium! Scroll through the photos below for details on the projects they worked on this summer (and upcoming events). Thank you to Director of Community Learning and PHC Coordinator Megan Faver Hartline for making this all possible ūüĎŹ





  • Sophia Lopez ’22 presented on working with Professor Alexander Manevitz on data visualization of social networks in Seneca Village — a free black community that was destroyed to build Central Park — and on creating a digital tour of urban renewal in Willimantic with Fionnuala Darby-Hudgens and the Connecticut Fair Housing Center. (Not pictured, team member Kaytlin Ernske ’20). Read more about their project in our blog post “Forgotten Pieces of Seneca Village”

Congratulations to all the teams and presenters! If you’re interested in learning more about Community Learning at Trinity College or the Public Humanities Collaborative, visit¬†