Professor H. N. Lukes's following essay, "Queer Intentions," documents the methods and progress of this CTSJ course at Oxy in three sections tracing the arc of the semester. As Grit and Glamour develops from a single course project to a multi-campus endeavor, and eventually a digital public history project, we hope that this kind of process-based document will eventually populate an independent pedagogical dossier for others working in course-based digital humanities.
We invite you to read "Queer Intentions: A Course and a Project" or just proceed to our first two complete chapters and our two works-in-progress linked below. Each chapter begins with multi-part essay, followed by the archive for the chapter. All of the following content can be accessed by the main menu in the upper left corner anywhere in the site.