Arts & Humanities

Clay Lamp, Aegina. Kelsey Museum of ArchaeologyThe Research unit's Arts & Humanities Team members support and enhance creative practice, research, teaching, and learning for arts and humanities disciplines across campus. We build and curate collections, provide consultation and instruction for research, learning, and data, and offer programming and services.

We also have expertise in creating and managing digital humanities projects, as well as working with data that is unique to the arts and humanities, including digital resources related to archival, audio, and visual materials, and the metadata associated with these formats. We can assist artists and researchers with:

• managing research and creative materials;
• locating and accessing primary source materials, including digital images and audio;
• discovering and using digital tools for research, teaching, learning, and creative practice;
• digital pedagogy, including consultation and collaboration in using digital tools in the classroom;
• data organization, metadata, and documentation, especially in archival research;
• data sharing and preservation, including finding appropriate repositories for completed work; and
• identifying opportunities for publication of data-rich work.

Image credit: Clay Lamp, Aegina. Kelsey Museum of Archaeology



Liaison Subject Areas

  • Art & Design
  • Art History
  • Architecture
  • Classical Studies
  • Dance
  • Digital Scholarship
  • English Language and Literature
  • Film, Television, and Media
  • Fine Arts
  • Germanic Studies
  • History (American, British, Canadian, European)
  • Museum Studies
  • Music
  • Philosophy
  • Theatre & Drama
  • Urban Planning
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Last modified: 02/18/2019