This project aims to mark Morgan’s bicentennial by revisiting his various legacies, recovering and publicizing them while at the same time critically reevaluating them.
DH Lunch Mellon Digital Humanities Fellows at the University of Rochester are pleased to invite you to attend our second DH lunch this semester, organized in collaboration with the Global DH Group. Please RSVP by October 17th. For more information, please see our October Newsletter below or visit our website at https://humanities.lib.rochester.edu/mellondh. […]
DH Lunch Mellon Digital Humanities Fellows at the University of Rochester are pleased to invite you to attend our first DH lunch this semester. Please RSVP by September 18th. For more information, please see our September Newsletter below or visit our website at https://humanities.lib.rochester.edu/mellondh. RSVP Friday, September 22, 2017 12pm Humanities Center, Conference Room D […]
Graduate Program in Visual and Cultural Studies
The Lazarus Project is a multi-spectral imaging project. It envelopes smaller initiatives that span many geographical locations and time periods. In the past, recovery efforts by students, consultants, and directors have discerned new scholarly information on French, Welsh and Italian manuscripts from the Medieval era.
Dr. Victoria Szabo, Associate Research Professor of Visual and Media Studies from Duke University delivered the keynote lecture, entitled “Cultural Approaches to Digital Heritage,” to a group of engaged audience in the Welles-Brown room on March 2, 2017. The word “cultural heritage” often invokes regressive politics and obsessive identification with one’s past, as historian David Lowenthal most […]