Re: Introducing Mapping Early American Elections

In May 2019, the Mapping Early American Elections team "is making their final release of maps, data, and essays for this project." The project offers interactive maps and visualizations of Congressional elections from 1787 to 1825.

To learn more: http://earlyamericanelections.org/blog/2019/05/13/final-release.html

e-chartae.ch Launches with the Abbey Archive of St. Gall

The website http://e-chartae.ch has launched, offering free access to all early medieval charters of the Abbey Archive of St. Gall. "This means that the only originally preserved monastery archive of the Merovingian and Carolingian periods is now completely available online." (https://twitter.com/textandbytes/status/1116441186095517697)

 

Description from the e-chartae website (https://www.e-chartae.ch/en/about):

 

CFP: Digital Hermeneutics: From Research to Dissemination

October 10-12, 2019
International Conference and Workshop at the GHI
Organized in collaboration with the Luxembourg Centre for Contemporary and Digital History (C²DH)
Conveners: Andreas Fickers (C²DH), Gerben Zaagsma (C²DH), Simone Lässig (GHI), Jens Pohlmann (GHI), Daniel Burckhardt (GHI)

Re: The ‘time machine’ reconstructing ancient Venice’s social networks

To learn more about the Venice Time Machine:

Josh Jones, "The Venice Time Machine: 1,000 Years of Venice’s History Gets Digitally Preserved with Artificial Intelligence and Big Data," Open Culture, March 27, 2019, http://www.openculture.com/2019/03/the-venice-time-machine.html

Venice Time Machine

Unsettling Colonial Mapping: Sonic-Spatial Representations of amiskwaciwâskahikan

"Kateryna Barnes and Kendra Cowley (University of Alberta) have developed “Unsettling Colonial Mapping: Sonic-Spatial Representations of amiskwaciwâskahikan,” a digital project exploring sonic landscapes of the University of Alberta. You can listen on Soundcloud here. 

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