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This is the tale of how Special Collections worked with one particular class, History 373. Ellen Pearson, was the first digital humanities course at UNCA.
They just held an event with The Butchies and Team Dresch for Pride weekend, and have all sorts of cool stuff going on, ranging from drag and burlesque shows to live music to weekly Harry Potter watchings.
In my experience, The Pinhook draws a younger (and more alternative) crowd than The Bar.
The class was small, with three teams of students, each working with a collection or collections.
Their assignment was to conduct research using primary materials from Special Collections as well as other primary and secondary materials, then write and create digital humanities projects rather than traditional papers.