1. Archival practices
Process and describe one of our many small collections. Students will work with a variety of materials, ranging across analog photographs, printed paper, and digital content.
2. Moloney journal transcription
1950s Hematologist studying the effects of the bomb in Hiroshima. Transcribe the handwritten Moloney journal into printed text. The journal is a 1950s account by a U.S. hematologist serving with the Atomic Bomb Casualty Commission in Hiroshima, Japan to study the effects of radiation on the atomic-bomb survivors.
3. Latin medical translation
Our impressive rare book collection. Translate Latin text into English from a variety of selected materials from the McGovern Historical Center's Rare Book Room.
4. "Crowdsourcing" translations online
Help establish a program for Japanese or early-modern European texts. Work with an archivist to develop a crowd-sourcing solution to translation and transcription of books from the early 1500s to late 1700s or Japanese to English texts.
5. Bilingual atomic bomb archive
Help develop Japanese-English online archive, for materials relating to bomb survivors. Work with Japanese archivists and historians, as well as the TMC Library archivists, to create an online, bilingual site for digital objects related to human studies of atomic bomb survivors.