This project is a collaboration between Ohio State and Michigan State Universities to answer “what does religion in the United States sound like?” There are two main umbrella categories that allow the user visualized answers to this question: “gallery” and “explore”. The gallery gives users a more curated experience with pages organized by genre, event, denomination, etc. A few of these “exhibits” include “Mennonite Voices,” “Travel Ban Protest,” and “Mobile Ministry.” The explore page, on the other hand, includes three different platforms to display the project’s large amount of data. “Archives” shows a filterable table of all available recordings from across the U.S. “Connections” shows a filterable network map of relationships between recordings. Finally, the “Map” provides an interactive map that plots the field recordings geographically.
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