Wheaton College Norton, Massachusetts
Wheaton College
Digital History Project

Academics

Archiving

The Wheaton College Digital History Project employs a collaborative model of research and publication that differs profoundly from the classic image of the lone researcher in the physical space of the archive.  As we use digital technologies to teach our students and to publish documents, we contribute to historical scholarship by vastly increasing access to documents that have previously been available only to those who could be in the same physical space with either the original document or its edited version in book form.  Indeed, the Wheaton Family Papers constitute a hidden collection whose significance in the history of women's education in the United States has gone largely unnoticed until now.

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