Presentation Title

The Digital Polis: Ancient Greek Community & the Digital Humanities

Faculty Mentor(s)

Dr. Kyle Robinson, Assistant Professor of European History

Project Type

Student Scholarship

Presentation Type

Round Table/Panel

Abstract

Topic: Ancient Syracuse

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Curated [for] HIST 385: Greco-Roman World, this project showcases the growing discipline of digital humanities in conjunction with the study of the classical world. The student researcher has analyzed a Greek poleis (city-state) and using ARCGis StoryMaps, tells the story of life in Ancient Syracuse. The structure of the Greek polis is critical to the economy and social structure of Ancient Greece as a whole. Through the field of digital humanities, student research comes to life with vivid photos and an interactive webpage.

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The Digital Polis: Ancient Greek Community & the Digital Humanities

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Topic: Ancient Syracuse

Join Zoom Meeting: https://zoom.us/j/532802571

Meeting ID: 532 802 571

Curated [for] HIST 385: Greco-Roman World, this project showcases the growing discipline of digital humanities in conjunction with the study of the classical world. The student researcher has analyzed a Greek poleis (city-state) and using ARCGis StoryMaps, tells the story of life in Ancient Syracuse. The structure of the Greek polis is critical to the economy and social structure of Ancient Greece as a whole. Through the field of digital humanities, student research comes to life with vivid photos and an interactive webpage.