The mission of the Digital Premodern Workshop at the University of Minnesota Center for the Study of the Premodern World is to provide resources to integrate 21st Century technology into premodern studies research. Here you will find resources to help introduce digital mapping, digital archives, audio and visual programming, and other technologies in your pedagogy. Our aim is to connect these powerful tools to the scholars and educators.
Digital Humanities Resources
Bodies of Information: Intersectional Feminism and Digital Humanities (Losh and Wernimont 2019)
Debates in Digital Humanities 2019 (Gold and Klein 2019)
National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) Office of Digital Humanities offers grants and information for Digital Humanities projects.
DANG – Digital Anthropology for the American Anthropological Association
Educator Resources on Digital Humanities
Current Research in Digital History, an open access, peer-reviewed digital journal hosted by George Mason University.
Digital Humanities Now offers informal publications of digital humanities scholarship.
American Historical Society, “Blending Local and Spatial History“
Steiner, Erik. “The Spatial History Project: intelligent cities case study” in Intelligent Cities. Susan Piedmont-Palladino, editor. National Building Museum, 2011. Washington, DC: pp. 36-41.
“Medieval Digital Humanities at Kalamazoo 2018” Kristen Mapes
Web Mapping Tutorials and Information
Web Mapping Programs
Below are links to useful web mapping programs.