A research project on artistic and cultural globalization, which aims at decentering historical sources, methods, and narratives. Our main initiative is the building of a global database of exhibition catalogues (19th-20th centuries) that is freely available on our website through a mapping interface that enables detailed quantitative and geographic analyses.
Peer-reviewed journal published in collaboration with Purdue University Press. The Artl@s Bulletin is devoted to transnational questions in the history of arts, and is open to innovation in research methods, particularly the quantitative possibilities offered by digital mapping and data visualization.
Provides discoverability and facilitates access to geospatial resources. The resources include GIS datasets, web services, and digitized historical maps. The geoportal's records have been aggregated from repositories located in the states of Illinois, Indiana, Iowa, Maryland, Michigan, Minnesota, Pennsylvania, and Wisconsin. This site is solely an aggregator and does not host any data.
A key resource for scholars working in digital scholarship. It brings together many of the key tools and platforms which researchers use in digital scholarship but also provides an access point to platforms hosted here at Purdue such as Omeka, Mukurtu, Scalar, Nvivo, Wordpress, and more. The Digital Humanities Toolbox is a great resource for any project.