Paulina F. Przystupa–a member of The Alexandria Archive Institute team (AAI)–is preparing for another lunch talk at the Archaeological Research Facility (ARF) at University of California, Berkeley. Different from her previous brown bag, Paulina will give an in-person, streamed online lecture on 22 March 2023 at 12:10pm about modeling historical landscapes.
Archaeological Data Literacy and Comics
Paulina F. Przystupa, a member of The Alexandria Archive Institute (AAI) team recently talked about the overlap between archaeological data literacy and comic books. Specifically, the talk focused on how Paulina brought a love of comics to the Data Literacy Program (DLP).
Navigating Field Data Collection
Networking Archaeological Data and Communities (NADAC), our Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), held its second workshop on the topic of Data in the Field. Building on the lessons of cleaning messy data, February’s workshop focused on the earliest stage of the data lifecycle: […]
The Dirt on Data: NEH-NADAC Institute Launch
Networking Archaeological Data and Communities (NADAC), our Institute for Advanced Topics in the Digital Humanities funded by the National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), officially launched on Saturday, January 21, with the debut of the first monthly workshop of its two-year curriculum! The first Institute workshop, held on Zoom, focused on creating “clean” data with […]
Introducing the Networking Archaeological Data and Community (NADAC) Institute Cohort
With the launch of the Networking Archaeological Data and Community Institute (NADAC) around the corner, it’s time to introduce the incoming NADAC Scholars! NADAC is an Institute for Advanced Topics in Digital Humanities, a program supported by the National Endowment for the Humanities. The NADAC Institute will foster a community of scholars–including graduate students, museum […]
Highlights from 2022
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