Category Archives: Mapping

Undergraduate Students and Digital Humanities

When I began my own research project as a second-year undergraduate, I set out to map the world of Dante‚Äôs Commedia through the use of GIS software. However, I eventually left that project behind and pivoted into a more traditional … Continue reading

Categories: Mapping, Project Management, Research Methods, Session Proposals, Session: Talk, Teaching | 3 Comments

Visualizing Time & Place with GoogleEarth

How can GoogleEarth maps be used to the best effect in digital archive projects? Amy Giroux and I would like to continue the discussion on the use of digital mapping as a conversational feature in interactive digital archives. We have … Continue reading

Categories: Archives, Mapping, Session: Talk, Visualization | 1 Comment