The Japan Disasters Digital Archive (JDA) is a site of shared memory for those affected by the events of March 2011

    Timeline
  • 2011-present
    Grants/Funding
Methods and Techniques

A digital commentary supporting the argument that Homer’s language stemmed from a formulaic system of oral poetry

    Timeline
  • 2013-present
    Grants/Funding
  • Harvard: Barajas Dean’s Innovation Fund for Digital Arts and Humanities
Methods and Techniques

A large database with biographical information for nearly 500,000 Chinese individuals, primarily from the 7th through 19th centuries

    Timeline
  • 2004-present
    Grants/Funding
  • NEH: Digital Humanities Advancement Grants
Methods and Techniques

The International Image Interoperability Framework (IIIF) at Harvard University website is a centralized resource for documentation, development, and use case scenarios

    Timeline
  • 2016-present
    Grants/Funding
Methods and Techniques

The Imperiia Project documents, interrogates, visualizes, and interprets the history of Imperial Russia

    Timeline
  • 2017-present
    Grants/Funding
  • NEH: Digital Humanities Advancement Grants
Methods and Techniques

This project narrates the spatial history of the greatest slave insurrection in the eighteenth century British Empire

    Timeline
  • 2012-2012
    Grants/Funding
  • Mellon: New Directions Fellowship
Methods and Techniques

Archives of Justice: Minding the Historical Gaps invites you to understand the past from the perspective of those left out of dominant narratives

    Timeline
  • 2017-2020
    Grants/Funding
  • Harvard: Barajas Dean’s Innovation Fund for Digital Arts and Humanities
Methods and Techniques

Visualizing Russian is a suite of web-based tools for language learners, researchers, and teachers.

    Timeline
  • 2014-present
    Grants/Funding
  • Harvard: Barajas Dean’s Innovation Fund for Digital Arts and Humanities
Methods and Techniques

Focusing on data about Broadway productions, Visualizing Broadway investigates theater as a field of cultural production.

    Timeline
  • 2014-present
    Grants/Funding
  • Harvard: Barajas Dean’s Innovation Fund for Digital Arts and Humanities
Methods and Techniques

A crowdsourced archive of manuscript, printed, digital, and ephemeral materials produced in the aftermath of the Charlie Hebdo attacks

    Timeline
  • 2015-2017
    Grants/Funding
  • Harvard: Barajas Dean’s Innovation Fund for Digital Arts and Humanities
Methods and Techniques