Digital Humanities Lab
The Digital Humanities Lab develops new methods and systems at the interface of Computer Science and Art History as well as coordinating the Bibliotheca Hertziana's digital infrastructure. Along with members of the lab, the Hertziana maintains a network of researchers and developers, both within other departments and from other institutions.
Together we collaborate on a range of DH projects, including mapping, digitization, computer vision, digital publishing and Open Science. The Bibliotheca Hertziana welcomes fellowship applications from PhD students and postdoctoral researchers working in the Digital Humanities.
The Digital Humanities Lab conducts research into new computational methods for the history of art, with particular emphasis on computer vision, geospatial analysis and open data. Publications of lab members will shortly be listed on this page.
This project aim to develops a workbench for the enrichment of journal articles, based on standards such as RDF, IIIF, TEI and JATS. The toolset should be used modularly and across disciplines as an addon to existing OJS (Open Journal System) platforms.
The Bibliotheca Hertziana maintains a number of online resources, tools and databases. Some are curated by the Digital Humanities Lab, others made by the Library or Photographic Collection.
The Bibliotheca Hertziana is a lead partner in CORDH, the Consortium for Open Research Data in the Humanities.
Topographic map of the city of Naples and its surroundings by Giovanni Carafa Duke of Noja, 1775
Annotation with the detailed information of the legend
Editing: Dr. Martin Raspe, Dr. Grit Heidemann