Will Rourk Joins with UVA Faculty to Model Interactive Tibetan City

The Fall 2016 issue of UVA’s Arts Magazine features an article about a project funded by the the Mellon Foundation, and led by Cultural Heritage Data Specialist Will Rourk of the Library Scholars’ Lab, director of UVA’s Tibet Center David … Continue reading

The HistoryMakers Video Archive Opens Full Range of African-American Experience

“Just dealing with prominent blacks is not about history … We only hear about those who attracted the attention of white folks …”* So said novelist, poet, film producer, and activist Sam Greenlee in a November 2001 interview with Julieanna … Continue reading

The Scholars’ Lab Speaker Series presents Toniesha Taylor on Afrofuturism

This Friday, Sept. 23, in Alderman 421, from 10:00 a.m. to 11:30 a.m., the Scholars’ Lab Speaker Series presents Toniesha Taylor, Associate Professor of Communication in the Department of Languages and Communication at Prairie View A&M University. Her topic will … Continue reading

NEH Grant allows Scholars’ Lab to Enhance Neatline Digital Mapping Program

In an article, “Mapping the Humanities,” UVA Today features the Scholars’ Lab and its innovative program Neatline—a digital platform that uses maps, timelines, and text to create multidimensional digital humanities projects. The National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH) has awarded … Continue reading

Digital Yoknapatawpha Project Draws from Special Collections’ Faulkner Material

The UVA Today article, “UVA Spearheads Effort to Digitally Map Faulkner’s Literary World,” features a collaboration between UVA English Professor Stephen Railton and digital specialists—including staff of the Institute for Advanced Technology in the Humanities (IATH) and the Library’s Digital … Continue reading