Wired! faculty and postdoctoral fellows engage with large, long-term research themes that link research and teaching. Students and faculty work together on our collaborative projects, many of which evolve into independent initiatives such as honors or MA theses. All of our work is developed through a team approach to learning and rethinking the ways in which we can represent historical questions in the fields of art, architectural and urban history, as well as in the collecting and display of objects. Our goal is to understand how new visualization technologies permit us to ask (and answer!) new questions and to develop new methodological approaches in our areas of interest. We’ve written about some of these questions and answers; these publications are listed here.