English professor Alison Booth will use a prestigious digital humanities fellowship to expand an existing project and work on a new book.
Innovations in teaching – whether face-to-face or in the virtual classroom – will be the focus of a May 3 summit at U.Va.
The visiting scholars will present “The History of Thought as Networked Community: The RoSE Prototype” on Tuesday as part of the U.Va. Digital Humanities Speaker Series.
A digital archive created by a University of Virginia art history professor that documents Leonardo Da Vinci’s legacy as a writer on the theory of art just earned an $80,000 grant from the Samuel H. Kress Foundation.
During a public talk Monday, a visiting scholar will discuss a digital humanities project that uses maps to convey a rich amount of data on the ancient Roman world.
February 7, 2011 — Intellectual historian Daniel Rosenberg will visit the University of Virginia on Monday as part of the Spring 2012 Digital Humanities Speaker Series. He will speak at 3 p.m. in the Harrison/Small Auditorium, and a reception will follow.
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