Virtual Paul's Cross Project
An acoustic and experiential model allowing us to experience John Donne’s sermon for Gunpowder Day, November 5, 1622 as an event that unfolds over time on a particular occasion in Paul’s Churchyard, the specific physical location for which it was composed.
A multi-phase project in public address, rhetoric and digital heritage which recreates Martin Luther King Jr.'s "Fill Up the Jails" speech from February 1960, delivered in White Rock Baptist Church in Durham, NC.
Mapping the Mahjar
From the Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies, a large-scale digital mapping of the trajectories of Lebanese immigrants across the globe.
Remembering Individuals, Remembering Communities
In collaboration with the Low Country Digital Archive, a mobile-friendly public history website highlighting Septima P. Clark, an African American civil rights educator in Charleston, SC.
The Medieval Electronic Scholarly Alliance (MESA) is a federated international community of scholars, projects, institutions, and organizations engaged in digital scholarship within the field of medieval studies.
An archive of materials supporting Harambee City: Congress of Racial Equality in Cleveland and the Rise of Black Power Populism by Dr. Nishani Frazier.
An open-access, peer-reviewed online journal specializing in new media criticism and net art.
19th-ce News Analytics
Using data mining and computer vision to exploring patterns in text and image in thousands of pages of 19th-century British newspapers.
Victoria's Lost Pavilion
A virtual model of a garden pavilion built for Queen Victoria, extant on the grounds of Buckingham Palace Gardens from 1842-1928, which featured paintings and frescoes from notable nineteenth-century British artists.
Visual-Culture Narrative Lines (VCNL)
An interactive, relational database, under development in the History Department, to facilitate collaborative scholarship working with visual evidence about significant socio-political changes over time.
Labs and Initiatives
Khayrallah Center for Lebanese Diaspora Studies
A research and outreach center for the production and dissemination of knowledge about the Lebanese Diaspora in the US and throughout the world.
An interdisciplinary, collaborative research space for Humanities and Social Sciences graduate students and faculty.
Visual Narrative Cluster
Part of the Chancellor's Faculty of Excellence Program, the Visual Narrative cluster pursues groundbreaking collaborative research at the intersections of history, art + design, image analysis and computation.