Special projects featuring digitized and born digital materials from the Watkinson Library, Trinity Archives, and the campus community.
Created in celebration of Trinity’s Bicentennial, this project highlights events, places and people within the long history of the college, and provides a platform for exploring Trinity through many different lenses.
Snapshots in Time: A Campus History
Explore the Hartford, Connecticut, campus of Trinity College by looking at aerial photographs collected at different points in time. Click on a tab to view different years, and while on a map, click on a building to see a building description and image. By Tess Meagher, Class of 2020, and Cheryl Cape, Research, Instruction, Technology Department, Trinity College.
A growing collection of digital scholarship projects from students, staff, and faculty designed to showcase how our community uses technology in innovative and creative ways.
Fake News: Disinformation, Deception, and Magical Thinking Over Time
This exhibit describes 4 examples of mis/disinformation, revealing common themes and modern lessons.
Connecticut Women Fight for Suffrage
Although a nationwide effort, brave women from Hartford and other Connecticut towns played an important role in the decades-long fight to force a male government and judicial system to support and pass the Amendment.
Trinity College and the Influenza Pandemic of 1918
This exhibit details some key excerpts from Trinity College’s history during the Influenza Pandemic of 1918.
Voices of Migration Oral History Project
This oral history project documents the stories of members of the U.S. Latinx community in Hartford on video.