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In Professor Hines’ course, she asks students to produce a 3-5 minute digital story that is based on their interpretation of an artifact that captures some component of identity and personal history as it relates to themes of the course such as race, ethnicity, religion, freedom, independence, migration, and more. For inspiration, see:

A Digital Story is defined as a moment or event that is responsible for shaping and changing your life in some way. It is told through the “I” narrative and contains elements of emotion. One such digital story by the student, Alexandra Hamilton, stands out as an exemplary example.

Alexandra’s digital story reflects on her history and identity through her last name, Hamilton.