Michael J. Price Lab for Digital Humanities

Price Lab Projects

Divya Kumar-Dumas

GIS technology and drawing software are used to develop digital site plans for the ancient city of Sigiriya in Sri Lanka, a World Heritage Site.

Steve Renette

Will create an online museum to document the rise of social complexity of human societies in the Bazyan Valley in the Early Bronze Age.

Daniel Singer

Uses multiple agent-based computer simulations to create and analyze a unified model of diversity and expertise.

Andrea Gazzoni

GIS is used to map the places mentioned in Dante’s "The Divine Comedy," in order to represent and explore Dante's geographical imagination.

Elizabeth Lastra

Uses computer vision technologies to enable greater access to Spanish medieval sites, art, and artifacts.

Holly Pittman

Will construct a relational database that brings together unpublished excavation data from the ancient city of Lagash.

John Tresch

A new editorial collective based in the HSS department will relaunch The History of Anthropology Newsletter online.