Books & Book Chapters
Baltes, Elizabeth P. “Itinerant Statues? The Portrait Landscape of the Athenian Agora,” in Greek Art in Context, edited by D. Rodríguez-Pérez. Ashgate, in press.
Bruzelius, Caroline. Preaching, Building and Burying: Friars and the Medieval City. London: Yale University Press, 2014.
Bruzelius, Caroline. “Visualizing Venice: An International Collaboration.” In Lo spazio narrabile. Scritti di storia inonore di Donatella Calabi, edited by Rosa Tamborrino and Guido Zucconi, 155-160. Venice: Quodlibet, 2014.
Olson, Mark J.V. “Hacking the Humanities: 21st Century Literacies and the ‘Becoming-Other’ of the Humanities” in E. Belfiore and A. Upchurch (Eds.). Humanities in the Twenty-First Century : Beyond Utility and Markets. New York: Palgrave Macmillan, 2013. pp. 237-250.
Bruzelius, Caroline. “Teaching with Visualization Technologies: How Does Information Become Knowledge.” Material Religion 9 (2013): 246-253.
Cecchini, Laura Moure. “The “Mostra del Quarantennio” and the Canon of Modern Art at the Venice Biennale in the Interwar Period,” Il Capitale Culturale, Studies on the Value of Cultural Heritage “Museums and Exhibitions between WWI and WWII” 14: 223-252.
Dillon, Sheila, and Elizabeth Palmer Baltes. “Honorific Practices and the Politics of Space on Hellenistic Delos.” American Journal of Archaeology 117 (2013): 207-46.
Jacobs, Hannah L. “Collaborative Teaching & Digital Visualization in an Art History Classroom.” Visual Resources Association Bulletin, forthcoming.
Medieval Kingdom of Sicily: A Database of Monuments and Sites. Project Director: Caroline Bruzelius; Project Managers: Paola Vitolo and Joseph C. Williams; Project Collaborators: Gabriella Cianciolo, Francesco Gangemi, Luciana Mocciola, Ruggero Longo, Alba Irollo; Metadata and Image Management Consultant: John J. Taormina; Technical Consultant and Database/Web Developer: David Tremmel.
Dissertations & Undergraduate Theses
Baltes, Elizabeth P. “Dedication and Display of Portrait Statues in Hellenistic Greece: Spatial Practices and Identity Politics.” PhD dissertation, 2016.
Sherman, Erica. “Urban Agents: Confraternities, Devotion and the Formation of a New Urban State in Eighteenth-Century Minas Gerais.” PhD dissertation, in progress.
Trahey, Tara M. “A Black-Figure Vase in the Nasher Museum: Visualizing an Iconographic Network between Athens and Vulci in the 6th Century BCE.” BA Graduation with Distinction thesis, in progress.
Williams, Joseph C. “Mediterranean Trade and Architectural Production: The Church of S. Corrado in Molfetta (Apulia) ca. 1100-1300 CE.” PhD dissertation, forthcoming.
Baltes, Elizabeth P. “In the Round: Using Digital Technologies to Recontextualize Classical Sculpture,” University of North Carolina/Duke Classics Colloquium, Chapel Hill, NC. March 20, 2010.
Baltes, Elizabeth P. “The 3-D Model, Double-Spaced with 1” Margins: Reformulating the Digital Dissertation,” Panel Presentation, Digital Scholarly Communication – Notes from the Wired! Lab for Digital Historical Visualization, HASTAC 2011 Conference, Ann Arbor, MI, December 2, 2011.
Baltes, Elizabeth P. “Three Art Historians, a Computer Scientist, and a Digital Artist Walk into a Classroom…” Panel Presentation, Art Historians Interested in Pedagogy and Technology (AHPT), Annual meeting of the Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC), Greensboro, NC. November 1, 2013.
Baltes, Elizabeth P. “A Critique of Digital Modeling,” Computer Applications and Quantitative Methods in Archaeology – Greece Conference, Rethymno, Greece. March 7-8, 2014.
Baltes, Elizabeth P., Caroline Bruzelius, Hannah L. Jacobs, and Timothy Shea. “Digital Thinking and Art History: Re-Imagining Teaching, Research, and the Museum.” Intermezzo Speaking Series, Art, Art History & Visual Studies. Duke University, Durham, NC. September 29, 2015.
Bruzelius, Caroline. “Revolutionizing Teaching with Technology,” Clark University, Worcester, MA. April 2010.
Bruzelius, Caroline. “Teconologia e l’insegnamento,” Ca’Foscari University, Venice, Italy. October 2011.
Bruzelius, Caroline. “What Does Technology have to do with the Humanities?” Massachusetts Institute of Technology, Cambridge, MA. 2011.
Bruzelius, Caroline. “What Does Technology have to do with the Humanities?” St. Louis University, St. Louis, MO. 2012.
Bruzelius, Caroline. “Teaching with Technology,” University of Vermont, Burlington, VT. January 2012.
Bruzelius, Caroline. “Tecnologia visuale e la Storia dell’Arte,” La Sapienza, Rome, Italy. April 2014.
Bruzelius, Caroline. “Digital Urban History: la storia della città tra ricerca e musei,” University of Turin, Turin, Italy. February 2-4, 2015.
Bruzelius, Caroline. “The Kingdom of Sicily Image Database: Creating a Scholarly Resource,” Australia National University, Canberra, Australia. November 2, 2015.
Bruzelius, Caroline. “Digital Thinking and Art History: Re-Imagining Teaching, Research, and the Museum,” University of Sydney, Sydney, Australia. November 5, 2015.
Bruzelius, Caroline. “Apps, Maps, and Models –The Digital Revolution and History,” Iowa State University, Ames, Iowa. March 27, 2017.
Bruzelius, Caroline. “Transforming Art History in the Digital Revolution.” Digital Art History Research Group. The Courtault Institute of Art, London, UK. June 12, 2017.
Bruzelius, Caroline, and Hannah L. Jacobs. “Demonstration: Using a Neatline Syllabus in the Introductory Art History Survey.” Art Historians Interested in Pedagogy and Technology: “A Signature Pedagogy for Art History in the Twenty-First Century.” College Art Association Annual Conference, Washington, D.C. February 3, 2016.
Bruzelius, Caroline and Rachael Brady “Digital Technology and the Humanities,” Mount Holyoke College and University of Massachusetts, Amherst, MA. 2012.
Bruzelius, Caroline, Mark J.V. Olson, Donatella Calabi, Andrea Giordano, Victoria E. Szabo. “Visualizing Venice.” Florentia Illustrata. Digital Mapping and Techniques of Visualizing the Pre-modern Italian City. Kunsthistorisches Institut in Florenz – Max-Planck-Institut. Florence, Italy. June 17, 2013.
Bruzelius, Caroline and Victoria E. Szabo. “The Lives of Places and Cities: New models of representation and their conceptual implications for the past and present.” Seminario Internazionale: Promosso dagli insegnamenti: Storia dell’architettura e Disegno edile. Università degli Studi di Padova. Padua, Italy. June 9, 11, and 16, 2014.
Di Stefano, Chiara, and Laura Moure Cecchini, “Between the Ephemeral and the Virtual: Reactivating Art Installations through Digital Reconstructions,” Panel Organization, College Art Association, Washington, D.C, February 3-6, 2016.
Dillon, Sheila, Mark J.V. Olson, and Raquel Salvatella de Prada. “Wired! New Representation Technologies for Historical Materials.” Invited Presentation. C.H.A.T.: A Digital Arts and Humanities Festival, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC. February 17, 2010.
Dundas, Iara and Elizabeth Narkin. “How Can Visualization Technologies Help Us to Teach and Learn Architectural History?” Panel Presentation, Connections and Transformations: New Technologies in the Arts and Humanities. Annual Meeting of the Southeastern College Art Conference (SECAC). Greensboro, NC. November 1, 2013.
Gianighian, Giorgio and Erica Sherman. “Robotics and Cultural Heritage.” RICH 2012: Robotics Innovation for Cultural Heritage. Venice, Italy. December 3-4, 2012.
Holloway, Carson, and Hannah L. Jacobs. “DEVONthink.” DH Studio Workshop, Digital Scholarship Services. Duke University, Durham, NC. March 25, 2015.
Jacobs, Hannah L. “Reflections on Uses of Spatiotemporal Visualization in a Humanities Classroom.” Visualization & Interactive Systems Friday Forum Speaking Series. Duke University, Durham, NC. October 16, 2015.
Jacobs, Hannah L. “Digital Curation in the Arts: Working with the Wired! Lab.” Duke Library Advisory Board. Duke University, Durham, NC. April 8, 2016.
Jacobs, Hannah L., and Victoria Szabo. “Digital Archiving & Storytelling in the Classroom with Omeka & CurateScape.” Digital Humanities 2016. Jagiellonian University, Kraków, Poland. July 12, 2016.
Lanzoni, Kristin Huffman. “Visualizing Venice: Digital Tools & Urban History,” Berlin, March 2015.
Olson, Mark J.V. “Toward a Process Ontology for Digital Archives.” Invited Keynote. North Carolina Preservation Consortium Annual Conference, Raleigh, NC. November 2, 2012.
Olson, Mark J.V. “Digital Technologies and the Social Life of Things: The Wired Lab at Duke University.” Panel Presentation, Connections and Transformations: New Technologies in the Arts and Humanities. Annual Meeting of the Southeastern College Art Conference. Greensboro, NC. November 1, 2013.
Olson, Mark J.V. “Storytelling with Sources: Open Source Digital Humanities.” Invited Lecture. Skidmore College, Saratoga Springs, NY. June 3, 2014.
Olson, Mark J.V. and Elizabeth P. Baltes, Erica Sherman, Victoria Szabo. “Digital Scholarly Communication – Notes from the Wired! Lab for Digital Historical Visualization,” HASTAC 2011 Conference, Ann Arbor, MI, December 02, 2011.
Olson, Mark J.V. and Caroline Bruzelius. “Learning by Making: Digital Methods and the Wired! Experiment at Duke University.” Invited Public Lecture. Inaugural Lecture, Wesleyan Digital and Computational Knowledge Initiative, Wesleyan University. March 6, 2013.
Sherman, Erica and Alexandra Dodson. “Visualizing Venice: Tracking Historical Change with New Technologies.” ICERI (International Conference of Education, Research and Innovation). Madrid, Spain. November 14-16, 2011.
Szabo, Victoria E. “Visual Studies and Digital Humanities”, Invited Speaker, 20th Anniversary of Visual and Cultural Studies Series. University of Rochester, Rochester, NY, March 30, 2010 – April 1, 2010.
Szabo, Victoria E. “Visualizing the Past: Database-Driven Exploration in Hybrid Reality Systems.” Digital Humanities Symposium – Florentia Illustrata. Center for Disciplinary Innovation, University of Chicago, Chicago IL. January 13-14, 2014.
Szabo, Victoria E. “On Site and On Location: Digital Heritage and the 21st Century Museum.” Centre de Recerca i Debat. Museo D’Historia de Barcelona. Barcelona, Spain. June 26, 2014.
Taormina, John J. and Mark Pompelia. When the Past Collides with the Present: Moving Beyond the Single Classroom Experience via Digital Technologies. Session Co-organizers. Annual Meeting of the Southeastern College Art Conference, Durham, NC, October 2012.
Taormina, John J. “Digital Technologies and the Visual Arts: Reconfiguring Knowledge in the Digital Age,” in Making the Digital Humanities Visual: Opportunities and Case Studies, Annual meeting of the Visual Resources Association, Providence, RI, April 2013.
Taormina, John J. and Mark Pompelia. Enhancing Education Beyond the Classroom Experience via Digital Technologies, Session-Co-organizers. Annual meeting of the Visual Resources Association, Providence, RI, April 2013.
Taormina, John J. and Mark Pompelia. Connections and Transformations: New Technologies in the Arts and Humanities. Session Co-organizers. Annual Meeting of the Southeastern College Art Conference, Greensboro, NC, October 2013.
Taormina, John J. The Politics of Change: Digital Humanities and the Visual Arts. Session organizer. Annual meeting of the Art Libraries Society of North America. Washington, DC, March 2014.
Taormina, John J. and Jenni Rodda. Cultural Heritage in a Computational Environment: Making the Digital Humanities Visual. Session Co-organizers. Annual meeting of the Visual Resources Association, Denver, CO, March 2015.