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Friday, March 8 • 2:15pm - 3:45pm
Session IV.02 - Digitizing the Global Middle Ages: DH Projects Lightning Round & Interactive Demonstrations

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  • Chair: Lynn Ransom, University of Pennsylvania
  • The Afterlives of Medieval Manuscripts: Digging into the Data for their History and Provenance (Toby Burrows, University of Oxford)
  • An Innovative Partnership Between the French National Library and the British Library in the Field of Digital Humanities: The Polonsky Program (Charlotte Denoël, Bibliothèque nationale de France)
  • Building a Digitized Travel Database: Gazetteers and Roads (Adam Franklin-Lyons, Marlboro College)
  • Friending Edward I: 13th Century Petitions to the King and the Application of Historical Social Network Analysis (James B. Harr, III, North Carolina State University)
  • Studying Manuscripts Globally: HMML’s Digitization Program in the Middle East, Africa, and Beyond (Matthew Z. Heintzelman, Hill Museum & Manuscript Library, Saint John’s University)
  • Mapping the Medieval Mediterranean through Cargo Manifests (Lara Howerton, University of Toronto)
  • Teaching Digital Methods in Historical Research (Kathryn Jasper, Illinois State University)
  • Data Sanctorum: The CoKL Database Project and Extracting Meaning from Devotional Calendars (Aaron Macks, Harvard University)
  • Primary Sources in the Digital Domain: The Italian Paleography Project (Isabella Magni, Newberry Library)
  • Late Medieval Mediterranean Social Networks: A Database of Genoese Merchants in the Mediterranean from the Notarial Archives in Genoa (Steven Teasdale, University of Toronto)
  • Cultural Heritage through Image: A Digital Exhibition (Kisha G. Tracy, Fitchburg State University)
  • Women Book Owners in Late-Medieval Francophone Europe (1350-1500): A Digital Humanities Project (Sarah Wilma Watson, Haverford College, S. C. Kaplan, Rice University)
  • Mapping Architectural Practice in the Mediterranean: A Database of Southern Italian Construction Techniques ca. 1050-1250 CE (Joseph Williams, University of Maryland, College Park)
  • Machaut and Python: Repeated Rhymes in the Fontaine Amoureuse (Mimi Zhou, New York University)


Lynn Ransom

University of Pennsylvania


Toby Burrows

University of Oxford

Charlotte Denoël

Bibliothèque nationale de France

Adam Franklin-Lyons

Marlboro College

Matthew Z. Heintzelman

Hill Museum & Manuscript Library, Saint John’s University

Lara Howerton

University of Toronto

James B. Harr, III

North Carolina State University

Kathryn Jasper

Illinois State University

S. C. Kaplan

Rice University

Aaron Macks

Harvard University

Isabella Magni

Newberry Library

Steven Teasdale

University of Toronto

Kisha G. Tracy

Fitchburg State University

Sarah Wilma Watson

Haverford College

Joseph Williams

University of Maryland, College Park

Mimi Zhou

New York University