In 2015, Duke opened the Bolt, a physical space where students can go to play games and to explore virtual reality. The Bolt gaming room is managed by Housing, Dining, and Residence Life (HDRL) while the Bolt virtual reality (VR) room is managed by OIT. Both rooms are in Edens Quad on West...Read More »
Events related to digital humanities research are happening all around campus. Below are past events that have been self identified as dh. Be sure to keep an eye on the events happening at Forum for Scholars and Publics and the Franklin Humanities Institute, as many dh-related events often take place in those spaces.
David Stein, PepsiCo Education Technology Coordinator at Duke Libraries, recently attended the inaugural Construct3D conference held at Duke. The Construct3D conference brought together educators from a broad range of educational contexts to exchange ideas and innovations to accelerate adoption...Read More »
Perkins Library 218
Cross the medieval city threshold at the Herdentor, and, pinching your nose against the smell of the piggeries, enter the narrow Sögestrasse. To your left stands the church of St Catherine, her enormous brick frame towering over the urban landscape. Entering the church, a vaulted canopy appears...Read More »
Smith Warehouse - Bay 10, 2nd Floor
Guest speaker Michael J. K. Walsh, NTU Singapore, gives a talk entitled "'Prayers Long Silent': Protecting endangered heritage in post-conflict Cyprus." Michael J. K. Walsh F.R.S.A., FRHistS., conducted his graduate studies at the Universities of St. Andrews, Cambridge and York, before joining...Read More »
The Edge Workshop Room (Bostock Library Level 1)
Amadieh Family Lecture Hall (Smith Warehouse, Bay 4, C105)
Talk and moderated discussion with advanced PhD students Andrew Van Horn Ruoss (History) and Kathryn Desplanque (Art, Art History, and Visual Studies) about challenges to managing and analyzing their research data and the ways in which digital tools (DEVONThink and NVivo, respectively) helped...Read More »
Smith Warehouse - Bay 4, C105 - Ahmadieh Family Lecture Hall
Managing Qualitative Research - perspectives from PhD Lab scholars Andrew Van Horn Ruoss, History and Kathryn Desplanque, Art, Art History & Visual Studies. Moderated by Victoria Szabo, Art, Art History & Visual Studies.
Gross Hall Ahmadieh Family Atrium (3rd Floor)
Archaeology deals with the study and interpretation of human activity through the excavation of sites and the analysis of material culture, the paleo-environment and cultural landscapes.In the last decades, digital technologies, radiocarbon dating and the study of paleo-environments have...Read More »
A discussion around adding the Z to digital humanities mapping/HGIS projects:* Ed Triplett, CLIR Postdoctoral Fellow / Future Lecturing Fellow AAHVS on "Historical Mapping in Three and Four Dimensions: Obstacles and Opportunities"* Todd Smith, Product Manager for Cesium on "An open-source...Read More »