Doing History in the Digital Age

As more historians take on digital projects, new issues surface regarding methodology, dissemination, even ethics. In this issue, Perspectives explores what it means to do history in the digital age. Illustration by Zoila Torres, after a Farm Security Administration photograph by Jack Delano/Library of Congress. In the image, a young person sells copies of the Chicago Defender, one of the nation’s leading African American newspapers, in 1942.


Allison Miller, editor
Stephanie Kingsley, associate editor, web content and social media
Kritika Agarwal
, associate editor, publications
Sadie Bergen, assistant editor
Liz Townsend, coordinator, data administration and integrity