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World GIS Day Celebrated November 15 at the Heard Library with Workshop, Lecture by Karl Grossner

Karl Grossner, co-founder of the GeoHumanities SIG within the Alliance for Digital Humanities Organizations and an active member of that global and trans-disciplinary community, will be the keynote speaker at World GIS Day celebrated Wednesday, November 15, and hosted by Vanderbilt’s Central Library. Grossner will lead a morning workshop, Introduction to GeoJSON and GeoJSON-T, from…

Posted by on November 13, 2017 in Digital Humanities, Events, HART, Lectures, News, Technology, VRC


Vanderbilt THATCamp Scheduled for October 27-28 at The Wond’ry

The Vanderbilt THATCamp (The Humanities And Technology Camp) is an annual unconference co-sponsored by the Vanderbilt Center for Digital Humanities, the Robert Penn Warren Center for the Humanities, the Curb Center for Art, Enterprise, and Public Policy, the Center for Teaching, The Wond’ry, and the Jean and Alexander Heard Library.  All events will be held October 27-28 at The Wond’ry. An unconference is an informal, loosely…

Posted by on October 26, 2017 in Conferences, Digital Humanities, Events, HART, Lectures, News, Technology, VRC


Using Digital Humanities to Interpret Early Christian Iconography on Doors of Santa Sabina

Vanderbilt University recently hosted ReLACS (Regional Late Antiquity Consortium Southeast), an annual workshop on Late Antiquity. I attended a talk held in the Center for Digital Humanities, “Using Digital Humanities to Solve Early Christian Mysteries: A Re-Examination of the ‘Ascension’ Panel on the Doors of Santa Sabina, Rome.” Lee M. Jefferson, NEH Associate Professor of…

Posted by on October 25, 2017 in Digital Humanities, HART, Lectures, News, Technology, VRC


Wond’ry Exhibit Translates Scientific Discoveries into Art Celebrating Vanderbilt’s Nobel Laureates

A new exhibit on display at the Wond’ry honors the scientific discoveries of Vanderbilt’s six Nobel laureates by translating them into beautiful works of art. Vanderbilt’s Nobel Laureates: A Visual Tribute to Discovery and Innovation is on the second floor of the Wond’ry at the Innovation Pavilion, adjacent to the new Engineering and Science Building. The exhibit’s…

Posted by on October 24, 2017 in Digital Humanities, Events, HART, News, Technology, Vanderbilt University, VRC


VRC’s Shelby Merritt Reviews the Historic England Archive for ARLIS/NA

Discover more about England’s archaeology, historic buildings and social history using the Historic England Archive, an online archive that was recently reviewed by Shelby Merritt, assistant curator, HART’s Visual Resources Center, for ARLIS/NA (Art Libraries Society of North America). The Historic England Archive is an online archive produced by the Historic England organization, a public…

Posted by on October 2, 2017 in HART, News, Technology, VRC, Web


Filmmaker and Media Artist Gustavo Vazquez Featured in Artist’s Talk and Roundtable Discussion on September 28-29

Gustavo Vazquez, independent filmmaker and media artist currently residing in San Francisco, will present some of his films—Que Viva La Lucha (Wrestling in TIjuana) and recent work—in an artist’s talk on Thursday, September 28, at 6 pm at the Ingram Studio Arts Center, room 220. Que Viva La Lucha is an award-winning documentary that features…

Posted by on September 26, 2017 in Digital Humanities, Events, HART, Lectures, News, Technology, VRC

Two Pre-Fall Semester Workshop Programs on Digital Humanities Scheduled for August 14-17

Two new pre-semester workshop programs for Vanderbilt faculty and graduate students—A Quick and Useful Guide to Digital Humanities and a Digital Humanities Bootcamp—will be held August 14-17 at the Vanderbilt Center for Digital Humanities, 344 Buttrick Hall. A Quick and Useful Guide to Digital Humanities is addressed to faculty who want a general orientation but…

Posted by on August 2, 2017 in Events, HART, Technology, VRC

Millie Fullmer Reviews Google Arts & Culture’s Exciting New Features for Visual Resources

Millie Fullmer, director and curator of HART’s Visual Resources Center, has contributed a critique of the latest version of Google Arts & Culture for ARLIS/NA (Art Libraries Society of North America), which can be found in the multimedia and technology reviews section of their website.  Also included are reviews of the David Rumsey Map Collection,…

Posted by on June 30, 2017 in HART, Technology, VRC

HART VRC to Collaborate with 2017-2018 HASTAC Scholars Program

Each year Vanderbilt University appoints a number of graduate students as HASTAC Scholars.  HASTAC (Humanities, Arts, Science, and Technology Alliance and Collaboratory) is a global network of individuals and institutions brought together by their shared interest in the intersections of digital media, 21st-century education, the digital humanities, science, technology, and the arts through online forums,…

Posted by on June 26, 2017 in HART, Student/Alumni, Technology, VRC

Visual Resources Director Millie Fullmer Describes SEI 2017 As Rewarding Experience

Travelling to UNC Chapel Hill, NC, for SEI 2017 (Summer Educational Institute for Visual Resources & Image Management) proved an incredibly rewarding experience. Over the course of three and a half days, we were exposed to experts in the fields of visual resources and image management. The attendees ranged from recent graduates to early, middle,…

Posted by on June 23, 2017 in Conferences, HART, Technology, VRC

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