Digital Humanities

Transcription and XML encoding:

Pseudodoxia epidemica, Second Edition (1650) by Sir Thomas Browne; transcription and encoding by Mark Gallagher

This copy of Browne’s Pseudodoxia contains the contemporary manuscript annotations of Thomas Turner of Gray’s Inn. Turner’s notes create a dense network of cross-references within the text and references works by Browne and others.

http://clarklibrarydigital.org/annotatedbooks/index.html

http://clarklibrarydigital.org/annotatedbooks/Browne/browne.html

https://calisphere.org/collections/26771/

Digital photogrammetry and 3D modeling:

Paris Past and Present

http://paris.cdh.ucla.edu/

ArcGIS Story Map:

Discovery of the Thoreau house in Chelmsford

[coming soon]

Articles for the UCLA Center for Digital Humanities:

“A Thoreau Social Edition”  https://humtech.ucla.edu/news/3122/

“3D Reconstruction of the Thoreau Bust” https://humtech.ucla.edu/news/3dthoreau/

“3D Printing the Thoreau Bust” https://humtech.ucla.edu/news/3d-printing-the-thoreau-bust/

 

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