Showcase Welcome + A talk on “Tracing Mixed-Gender Networks in Renaissance Venice with Digital Tools”
Jun. 4, 2020—A presentation by Katherine McKenna, 2019-2020 Postdoctoral Fellow
Jun. 3, 2020—A presentation by Kevin Murphy, 2019-2020 Faculty Fellow
May. 31, 2020—Architectura Sinica is a public, browser-based research portal for the study of China’s traditional architecture, with a particular focus on architecture of the Tang through Ming dynasties (618-1644 CE). The site currently consists of three portions: a dynamic site archive, a dictionary and thesaurus of traditional Chinese architectural terminology, and a bibliography of sources. As...
May. 25, 2020—A presentation by Jesse Montgomery, 2019-2020 Graduate Fellow
The Belletristic Roots of Digital Humanities: A Retrospective Look at “The Long Way Round” (January 2020 DH Guest Lecture)
May. 18, 2020—On January 16th, 2020, The Center for Digital Humanities at Vanderbilt University welcomed Professors and Digital Humanists Brian Pytlik Zillig and Stephen Ramsay of the University of Nebraska. In their public lecture “The Long Way Around: Digital Modalities and Creative Convergence,” Zillig and Ramsay sought to spark a reimagined Digital Humanities (DH), to shift the commonly-held believe that the young practice seeks to “scientize” humanistic endeavor. This post authored by Meghan K. McGinley, 2019–2020 HASTAC Scholar
May. 18, 2020—A presentation by Emma Reimers, 2019-2020 Graduate Fellow
May. 10, 2020—A presentation by Kyle Romero, 2019-2020 Graduate Fellow
May. 8, 2020—A presentation by Jennifer Gutman, 2019-2020 Graduate Fellow
May. 5, 2020—The Geospatial Platform for Andean Culture, History, and Archaeology (GeoPACHA) is a geospatial platform for systematic archaeological survey over very large areas of Andean South America. Co-Edited by Steven Wernke (Vanderbilt University) and Parker VanValkenburgh (Brown University), GeoPACHA is designed to facilitate the identification of archaeological sites and features through “virtual survey” of satellite and...
May. 5, 2020—The Linked Open Gazetteer of the Andean Region (LOGAR) is a geographical index and map of colonial places relevant to Andean studies. Co-edited by Steven Wernke (Vanderbilt University) and Akira Saito (National Museum of Ethnology, Japan), LOGAR focuses on the towns established during the mass colonial resettlement program known as the Reducción General de Indios (General...