Digital humanities has been a part of work at the Center for Medieval Studies since the launch of our first project in 1996. From interactive maps to online sourcebooks, digital pedagogy and more, the Center for Medieval Studies hosts over a dozen active and archived digital projects. While our oldest projects, like the Internet History Sourcebook, employ more traditional text-based digital methodologies, our newest initiatives incorporate emerging technologies, like Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality, to expand the boundaries of medieval scholarship.
The Center’s faculty, students, and visiting scholars have been collaborating on these projects for over two decades. Our work reflects a continued commitment to scholarly research and fostering public engagement with the medieval, both within and outside of academia. We welcome feedback and questions on all of our projects.