Wired! participates in Digital Matters in Medieval and Renaissance Studies

April 5, 2018

Wired! Lab faculty and staff recently participated in several panels as part of a symposium on Medieval and Renaissance Studies and Digital Humanities at Duke. Panels and presentation titles are listed below. For quotes and responses, see this public Twitter archive.

Session 2: The Medieval Kingdom of Sicily Image Database Project: From Conceptual Design to Management

Chair: Caroline Bruzelius, Duke University

Part I: The Project Concept. Caroline Bruzelius, Duke University

Part II: Project Creation: Making Concept into Reality. John Taormina, Duke University

Part III: Project Management: Continued Consistency, and On-going Technological Changes. William Broom, Duke University

 

Session 4: The Wired! Lab and Digital Art History at Duke

Chair: Kristin L. Huffman, Duke University

“Mapping Stereotomy: Vaulting in the Ancient and Medieval Mediterranean.” Sara Galletti, Duke University

“The Book of Fortresses: An Early Modern Visualisation of a Historical Buffer-Zone.” Ed Triplett, Duke University

“500-Year-Old Wooden Blocks, Light Laser Scans & Photogrammetry.” Kristin L. Huffman with the collaboration of Mark DeLong, Duke University

Image Credits: Digital Matters in Medieval and Renaissance Studies