Digital Humanities and Visual Culture of the World @ Duke
November 7, 2022
Join us on November 11 from 12-1pm for a roundtable presentation and discussion of innovative program analyzing art history and visual culture.
Location: Digital Art History & Visual Culture Research Lab (DAHVCRL), Smith Warehouse, Bay 10, Room. A233
Format: In Person
Description: Roundtable presentation and discussion of innovative projects analyzing art history and visual culture in the world at Duke. Founded in 2009, the DAHVCRL is a unique learning and research environment at Duke that explores digital humanities methods in relation to big questions in art history and visual culture. Our projects focus on global examples that help us to explore especially the intersection of visual culture with questions around objects, spaces, and scale. Projects are vertically integrated with students, faculty, and staff involved in on-going research efforts.
Project Teams Featured: Art of the Americas Interactive; Book of Fortresses; Dictionary of Art Historians; and Mapping Occupied Krakow.