Institution : Historians of Netherlandish Art
Date limite de candidature : 28 février 2018
JHNA is applying for a Digital Humanities Advancement Grant from the National Endowment for the Humanities. If successful, we will receive three bursaries of $10,000 each to develop and publish three digital art history projects. One project from each of the following areas of investigation will be selected: Network Analysis (use of data analytics programs (e.g., Gephi, Network Workbench) to investigate connections among particular groups or individuals, such as artists, writers, art dealers, art markets and other networks of exchange) ; Geographic Information Systems (GIS) and Mapping (use of maps in concert with data sets (e.g., depictions of sites, location of objects, paths of travel) through online programs like MapBox, Timemapper, or Neatline in order to investigate change over time and space) ; High-Resolution Imaging and Dynamic Image Presentation (Use of panoramic or high-resolution imagery to view, for example, panoramas, conservation images (x-radiographs, infrared reflectography), or moving images; also digital facsimiles of longer works, such as albums or sketchbooks).