In 2016-2017, I Tatti introduced its new Mellon Fellowships in the Digital Humanities. In concurrence with this, the institute will host a workshop on the topic “Digital Art History: Mapping Medieval and Renaissance Objects and Networks” on May 25. The presentations by Tracy Chapman Hamilton and Catherine Walsh will concentrate on the visualization of geographical data and networks. In a focused discussion moderated by Angela Dressen, the respondents Leif Isaksen, Arno Bosse, and Andrew Battista will explore mapping, network analysis, and data curation challenges as we look to the future of the field of DH.
Venue: Villa I Tatti, Florence, Gould Hall, 4-7pm
Villa I Tatti
The Harvard University Center for Italian Renaissance Studies