Data Visualization and the Modern Imagination

This exhibition about the history of data visualization is "the culmination of a partnership between RJ Andrews, a data storyteller based in San Francisco, and the David Rumsey Map Center" at Stanford University Libraries.

Guest Curator RF Andrews writes: "The sections in this exhibition examine information graphics that show space, time, nature, and society. Many are beautiful. Each is a unique way of seeing still worth our attention."

New Judaica Web Exhibition: Nature between Science and Religion: Jewish Culture and the Natural World

The Penn Libraries, in partnership with the Herbert D. Katz Center for Advanced Judaic Studies at the University of Pennsylvania, have just launched their 2017-18 web exhibition: “Nature between Science and Religion: Jewish Culture and the Natural World”.  The exhibit highlights the Fellows' year-long efforts to asked new questions about how the history of science, medicine and technology may be seen from the perspective of Jewish culture.

Digital Mappa

Digital Mappa is “Digital Humanities workspaces, editions, scholarship, collaboration & publications for the rest of us,” " a freely available online environment for creating projects out of digital images and texts."

"Within DM, if you can point, click, drag, copy, paste and type, you basically have the technological ability to produce your own sophisticated digital scholarship, editions and projects."

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