A digital public history exhibit telling the story of Homer P. Rainey, a former president of the University of Texas at Austin, the university regents who fired him, and the protests that followed. Includes digitized documents from the Legislative Reference Library of Texas and the Briscoe Center for American History.
This project was the culmination of a class, Digital and Public History taught by Dr. Joan Neuberger in Spring 2019. It was constructed in Wordpress and optimized for mobile viewing.
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