In my guest lecture this week at UMass Amherst’s “Reading Audre Lorde” class taught by Elizabeth W. Williams, we discussed how digital humanities can share and produce public knowledge. To that end, the students in that course are producing their own timeline of This Bridge Called My Back, eds. Gloria Anzaldúa and Cherrie Moraga. We used the Knight Foundation’s great tool, JSTiimeline, which I then embedded below. I use the same tool for teaching my American Conflicts & Cultures in the 1980s course at Trinity. Enjoy!