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Teaching Digital Humanities

Teaching Digital Humanities

Discuss ways to engage with digital humanities in the classroom.

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HIS 4092C Curating Digital Collections Visit Site

HIS 4092C Curating Digital Collections

Davide Tanasi
University of South Florida|Fall 2021

This course delves into best practices for digital curation of data for museums, libraries, archives and special collections. Through a survey of conceptual models and strategies for design, creation, […]

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DIG 3950c Digital Archaeology Visit Site

DIG 3950c Digital Archaeology

Davide Tanasi
University of South Florida|Spring 2019

This course is an in-depth survey of all the digital approaches to the study, interpretation and communication of Greek and Roman archaeology, ranging from 3D Digital Imaging to Computer Vision, from Augmented […]

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HIS 4936/6939 Digital Public Archaeology Visit Site

HIS 4936/6939 Digital Public Archaeology

Davide Tanasi
University of South Florida|Spring 2019

This course aims to provide an overview and practical understanding of how digital technologies can be employed for the study and dissemination of archaeological data in both academic and public contexts. Students […]

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DIG 6934c Digital Antiquity Visit Site

DIG 6934c Digital Antiquity

Davide Tanasi
University of South Florida|Falll 2021

Archaeology, the study of the past through its material remains, involves rather a lot of modern technology. New imaging techniques, 3D scanning and printing, and virtual reality systems have allowed objects and […]

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DIG 6774C Virtual Museums Visit Site

DIG 6774C Virtual Museums

Davide Tanasi
University of South Florida|Fall 2020

The influence of digital media on the cultural heritage sector has become pervasive and profound. Today museums are reliant on new technologies to manage their collections. They collect digital as well as […]

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The WWI Diary of Albert Huet

The WWI Diary of Albert Huet

In 2016, the University of Florida digitized my great-grandfather’s diary of his experience and life as a soldier during World War I in France. One year later, they added additional documents such as photos, and I […]

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Ticha — A digital text explorer for Colonial Zapotec

Ticha — A digital text explorer for Colonial Zapotec

Ticha allows users to access and explore many interlinked layers of texts from a corpus of Colonial Valley Zapotec manuscripts and printed books, including images of the original documents, transcriptions, […]

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Zora Neale Hurston Digital Archive

Zora Neale Hurston Digital Archive

Launched in 2006 by Anna Lillios, Mark L. Kamrath, and J.D. Applen, the Zora Neale Hurston Digital Archive has two goals. Its primary purpose is to provide an academic site that will provide a repository of […]

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Embodied Injustices: Race, Epigenetics, and COVID-19

Embodied Injustices: Race, Epigenetics, and COVID-19

The vast inequities in COVID-19 infection and mortality rates within communities of color coincides with national attention to the effects of systemic racism. I analyze the potential for epigenetic research to […]

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US Caribbean & Ethnic Florida Digital Newspaper Project

US Caribbean & Ethnic Florida Digital Newspaper Project

The US Caribbean & Ethnic Florida Digital Newspaper Project (USCEFDNP) is a collaborative project between the University of Florida George A. Smathers Libraries, the library systems at the University of Puerto […]

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Boynton Beach City Library Local History Archives

Boynton Beach City Library Local History Archives

The mission of the Boynton Beach City Library Local History Archives is to collect, preserve, and make accessible the heritage of the people of our region.