The Freedman Center for Digital Scholarship

The Freedman Center is undergoing renovations. Printing and laminating services are available during our hours of operation. Limited scanning, digitization, and access tools are available on the first floor of KSL.


The Freedman Fellows Program is funded and supported by the College of Arts and Sciences, the Kelvin Smith Library and the Freedman Fellows Endowment by Samuel B. and Marian K. Freedman. This annual award is given to full-time CWRU faculty whose current scholarly research projects involve some corpus of data that is of scholarly or instructional interest (e.g., data sets, digital texts, digital images, databases), involve the use of digital tools and processes, and have clearly articulated project outcomes. 

Congratulations to our 2015 Freedman Fellow

Gillian Weiss

Dr. Gillian Weiss
Associate Professor of History


Dr. Weiss’ project aims to uncover the historical role of Jewish students, faculty, and administrators in the social movements, physical infrastructure, and intellectual life of Case Western Reserve University from its founding to the present.  A website featuring archival documents, images, video and audio, and interactive finding aids with accompanying explanatory essays, will be developed during the course of the Fellowship.


Learn More

For more information please contact Roger Zender, Associate Director, Creation & Curation.

Freedman Center Home | Freedman Faculty Fellows Program Home | Previous Award Information

  • Freedman Fellows 2011 Announced
  • Freedman Fellows Program 2011
  • Freedman Center Fellow Program 2010
  • Freedman Fellows 2009 Announced

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