The Wired! Lab for Digital Art History & Visual Culture explores visual and material culture through critical engagement with digital technologies. Our community of faculty, staff, and students uses digital methods in our teaching and research on the visual arts, architecture, cultural heritage, and built environments. We have a special interest in projects that engage the public online and in museums. Read more.

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Current Courses

Lab Schedule

Information for Current Students

Duke University Consent and License for Use of Image

Criteria for MA Thesis

Have questions about your digital project? Contact Digital Humanities Specialist Hannah Jacobs to schedule a consultation.

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- September 10, 2020

#CFP: Visualizing Objects, Places, and Spaces: A Digital Project Handbook is now accepting example project (case study) & assignment submissions on a rolling basis: https://t.co/rZQ5ft7BQe. #digitalhumanities #digitalscholarship #digitalpedagogy
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- September 10, 2020

@PhDJesus: My wife reminds me that it's ok to post shameless self-promotion on Twitter. So here is @TUsclas' story about me. The Stone Center and @TulaneHistory were my intellectual homes for 7 years. https://t.co/6t0nkhG63z
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- September 2, 2020

@fhi_duke: Story+ wants you! We invite proposals from Duke and Durham community members for the Summer 2021 edition of Story+, our 6-week humanities research & public storytelling program. Read more on our website ➡️ https://t.co/HZMQTV8VCR #DukeHumanities @BassConnections https://t.co/4D6dcgKZ98
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