Digital Art History Projects
Torcello Cathedral through the Centuries from Media Arts + Sciences at Duke U on Vimeo. Art History graduate student Erica Longenbach narrates the project she helped to create as part of the Visualizing Venice 2014 Workshop at Duke Wired!
Post-Doctoral Fellow Kathryn Desplanque recently gave a webinar on the use of NVivo in her research for her dissertation/book project. You can watch the webinar here.
Former faculty member Glaire Anderson created several Digital Art History projects with UNC colleagues and students:
A Medieval ‘First in Flight’: Visualizing ‘Abbas Ibn Firnas & the Art of Early Aviation Creative exploration of an aeronautics milestone
Digital Visualization for Art History Experimenting with high resolution Gigapan photography in the classroom and in the field
The Digital Munya Project Using gaming software to visualize a munya (aristocratic villas/estates) of early Islamic Spain