Ashley Sanders Garcia received her Bachelor of Science degree in Mathematics and History Secondary Education at Western Michigan University and a Ph.D. in History at Michigan State University.


Colonialism Through the Veil – Ashley Sanders Garcia, Ph.D.


Selected Publications


  • Joan K. Lippincott, Quinn Dombrowski, et. al., “Building Capacity for Digital Humanities: A Framework for Institutional Planning,” EDUCAUSE Center for Analysis and Research/Coalition for Networked Information (May 30, 2017). Available at:‐DH.
  • Ashley Sanders, et. al., “Librarians Doing DH: A Team and Project‐Based Approach to Digital Humanities in the Library,” Collaborative Librarianship: 9, no. 2, Article 6 (2017). Available at:
  • “A Study of the Teaching Methods of High School History Teachers,” The Social Studies 99, no. 3 (2008): 111-116.
  • Ashley Sanders, et. al., “Building a DIY Community of Practice,” in Debates in DH: Institutions, Infrastructure at the Interstices, eds. Angel David Nieves, et. al. (Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 2019).
  • “Going Alt Ac: How to Begin,” in Digital Pedagogy in the Humanities (Modern Language Association, Forthcoming).

Honors and Awards

  • Newberry Consortium in American Indian Studies Fellowship
  • Cultural Heritage Informatics Fellowship
  • Two Foreign Language and Area Studies Fellowships (FLAS) to study Arabic