Four T&T students– Bartley Argo, Nicholas DeArmas, Amanda Hill, and Sara Raffel– were recently published in Visual Ethnography v5(2).): “The Way It Used to Be: Exploring Cultural Heritage Through the Augmented Reality Story of a Neighborhood Soul Food Restaurant.” Visual Ethnography is an international, peer-reviewed journal. The article is about a project the students did in Dr. Underberg-Goode’s Ethnographic Storytelling and New Media and Applied Interactive Story classes.

Argo, et al. “The Way It Used to Be” (PDF)