560 pages | 106 B/W Illus.
The Routledge Companion to Digital Humanities and Art History offers a broad survey of cutting-edge intersections between digital technologies and the study of art history, museum practices, and cultural heritage.
The volume focuses not only on new computational tools that have been developed for the study of artworks and their histories, but also debates the disciplinary opportunities and challenges that have emerged in response to the use of digital resources and methodologies. Chapters cover a wide range of technical and conceptual themes that define the current state of the field and outline strategies for future development. This book offers a timely perspective on trans-disciplinary developments that are reshaping art historical research, conservation, and teaching.
This book will be of interest to scholars in art history, historical theory, method and historiography, and research methods in education.
Histories and Critical Debates
Paul B. Jaskot
Kathryn Brown and Elspeth Mitchell
Koenraad Brosens, Bruno Cardoso, and Fred Truyen
Archives, Networks, and Maps
Matthew D. Lincoln
Susan Elizabeth Gagliardi
Pamela Fletcher and Anne Helmreich
Anna Dot and Pablo Santa Olalla
Museums: Real, Virtual, and Augmented
Katherine R. Tsiang
Martin White and Ben Jackson
Erik Champion and Anna Foka
Stefania De Vincentis and Luca Nicolò Vascon
Computational Techniques for Analyzing Artworks
Javier de la Rosa and Juan-Luis Suárez
James Z. Wang, Baris Kandemir, and Jia Li
Alison Langmead and David Newbury
Amanda du Preez
Rosário Salema de Carvalho, Rafaela Xavier, and Inês Leitão
Digital Resources, Publication, and Education
Christina Bartosch, Nirmalie Mulloli, Daniel Burckhardt, Marei Döhring, Walid Ahmad, and Raphael Rosenberg
Anne Collins Goodyear
Lisa M. Snyder
Lauren Ann Jimerson and Allison Leigh