Mapping Mission Statement

The mission of the Fall 2019 mapping group is to make the map more comprehensive and interactive for the player, particularly through the use of features and the introduction of Revere’s map of the massacre.  Specifically for the 1769 Boston map, the goal is to add icons that illustrate the locations of important buildings, witnesses…

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Mac Scott Introduction

My name is Mac Scott, I’m from El Dorado Hills, California, and I’m a Junior at Carleton currently working on my Physics undergrad. While this project doesn’t interact much with my major, it does intersect with my interests in computer science, game design, and American history, all of which made me interested in this project….

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Elise McIlhaney Introduction

My name is Elise McIlhaney and I am a senior History major and Archaeology/MARS minors. By virtue of that, I have done a lot of historical research that includes looking through primary sources like hagiographies, popular histories, criminal trial records, treatises, and newspapers, to name a few. For this project, I would like to delve…

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Aaron Young Introduction

Hello! My name is Aaron Young and I’m a Senior History major and Middle East studies and Arabic minor. I joined this class and project for a variety of reasons. Firstly, I took Serena’s class, Age of Hamilton, two years ago and loved it. From this class, I heard about her Boston Massacre project and…

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Nicole Connell Introduction

Hi, my name is Nicole Connell, and I am a senior History major (and Classics and Digital Arts and Humanities minors) at Carleton, with a focus on early American history. I have worked with both Professors Austin Mason and Serena Zabin on a variety of academic and Digital Humanities projects over my time at Carleton,…

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McLain Sidmore Introduction

My name is McLain Sidmore, I am from Juneau, Alaska, and am a Junior history major at Carleton College. My primary area of study is American history and I bring to the Witness to the Revolution project experience in historical research as well as a great interest in historical maps and how geographical and environmental…

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Cole Hanson–Introduction

Greetings, friends and fans of Witness to the Revolution.    My name is Cole Hanson and I’m a junior computer science major at Carleton College.    When I first heard about the Witness to the Revolution Project, I was eager to hop on board and see what it was all about. This past winter, I…

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Grace Brindle’s Introduction

Hi there! My name is Grace Brindle and I’m a junior History major at Carleton College from Westfield, NJ. For me, Witness to the Revolution is an exciting project as it allows me to combine two of my favorite things: history and video games. I’ve been playing PC games since I was six years old…

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Talk and Workshop Event with Experience and Game Designer, Jess Rosenblatt

We’re thrilled to welcome Carleton College alumna Jess Rosenblatt (Class of ’04) back to campus next week. After graduating with a degree in History, she moved into the Experience Design and Game Design industries and is gracious enough to share her experiences and her expertise with the Carleton community and the Witness Team. On Tuesday, January 16th 2018 from 12:00-1:00…

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WANTED: Playtesters for Witness to the Revolution

Do you like history? Do you like video games? Regardless of the above, do you like giving feedback and constructive criticism? Play testers needed WINTER 2018 to play the early Alpha build of Witness to the Revolution. All levels of video game ability needed. More announcements will be made in early January, 2018.

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