Digital Art History Projects
Faculty member JJ Bauer’s ARTH 383 digital mapping project has been published as a pedagogical case study as “Mapping Modern Architecture,” in Visualizing Objects, Places, and Spaces: A Digital Project Handbook, edited by Beth Fischer and Hannah Jacobs, Wired! at Duke University, 2020.
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!
New Faculty member Kathryn Desplanque recently gave a webinar on the use of NVivo in her research for her dissertation/book project.