Student Intern

DHi's student interns

Jessie Dromsky-Reed - Class of 2019

DHi Student Intern, Hamilton College

Jessie is a member of the class of 2019 and is a Literature major.  She is from Kinnelon, New Jersey, and is currently working with Professor Serrano as a student research intern at the DHi on the Guaman Poma Arresting Images Project.  This project focuses on an analysis of the relationship between the text and the images in Guaman Poma's book Nueva corónica y buen gobierno.  As a student of Spanish, Jessie is particularly excited to study the text of this book, which focuses on the impact of colonization on the Incan and Andean way of life.

Baillie Riggs - Class of 2020

DHi Student Intern, Hamilton College

Baillie Riggs is a member of the class of 2020 at Hamilton College who hopes to double major in Chinese and Religious Studies. She joined the DHi the second semester of her freshman year. She currently assists Professor Bartle on the Refugee Project, gathering interviews and information on refugees in the nearby city of Utica. She hopes to be able to apply what she learns at the DHi to further her knowledge of technology and apply it to life after college.

Jack Hay - Class of 2019

DHi Student Intern, Hamilton College

Jack Hay is a member of the class of 2019 from Essex, Massachusetts.  Jack is a Computer Science major and is working with Dr. Nieves on the Soweto project.  He has experience in the field of computer-aided design and architecture as well as coding.  His work includes the modeling of houses in ArchiCAD. Jack hopes to work as a software engineer after his time at Hamilton.

Lindsey Song - Class of 2020

DHi Student Intern, Hamilton College

Lindsey is a member of the class of 2020 from Houston, Texas.  She will most likely be majoring in philosophy or government.  She is currently working with Professor Nhora Serrano in her project: Arresting Andean Images: Guaman Poma & Visual Editorialization. She hopes to take this experience to learn new skills, especially in the analysis of images and 2D and 3D models—which she has never done before.  Lindsey’s favorite things to do are taking naps, hiking, going to the beach, and reading!

Terri Moise - Class of 2017

DHi Student Intern, Hamilton College

Hailing from Miami, Terri is a member of the class of 2017. An Africana Studies major, Terri worked with Professor Nieves on the Soweto Historical GIS Project. He joined the DHi his junior year in order to learn more about the intersections of technology and history, and how he can utilize his writing skills to share the stories of others. For fun, he likes to unpack the various messages present in Japanese anime and write poetry.

Will Royal - Class of 2018

DHi Student Intern, Hamilton College

Will is a member of the Class of 2018, from Concord, Massachusetts. He is a History major, and started work for the DHi in the spring of his junior year. He is currently working on Voices from the Water’s Edge, and has been learning technical video and audio recording skills to apply to the project. Through his work with the DHi, he plans to gain valuable knowledge about video recording, in hopes of using them in other projects.

Clara Cho - Class of 2020

DHi Student Intern, Hamilton College

Clara Cho is a member of the class of 2020 from Summit, New Jersey. She plans to be a history major, and loves playing ultimate frisbee with the Hamilton Hot Saucers team. She joined DHi as a freshman, and is currently working with the American Prison Writing Archive. Clara is hoping to further develop her organizational skills, and to learn more about the digital humanities as a whole. In her downtime, Clara enjoys reading, baking, and running.

Hannah McLean - Class of 2019

DHi Student Intern, Hamilton College

Hannah is a member of the class of 2019 from a tiny town in Southwest Iowa. Since the spring of her sophomore year, she has been the Office Manager at the DHi, helping to keep everyone organized and running smoothly. At Hamilton, she is a Creative Writing major and History and Theatre minor. She is fascinated by all types of storytelling, particularly those that use interactive media and emerging technologies such as Virtual Reality.