Here we share a sampling of our projects to show what they're about, how they're accomplished and why they advance Emory's mission of research, teaching, and service.
The American Excavations Samothrace website presents current research of the American team working in the Sanctuary of the Great Gods in Greece.
The Atlanta Explorer project brings together an Atlanta architectural firm with librarians, GIS staff, faculty, and graduate students to create an interactive virtual city for 1928 - 1940.
The Battle of Atlanta Tour App combines a narrative of events with maps, video, and images into a handheld resource directing visitors to 12 tour stops.
The Belfast Group Poetry Networks projects features tools for identifying materials in Emory collections associated with a set of poets.
The New American Poetry uses 10,000+ data points to question key narratives about American literary culture in the 20th century.
Envisioning Baroque Rome is a digital humanities project that provides an online, 3D, walkable reconstruction of the city of 17th-century Rome.
The Georgia Coast Atlas combines a multimedia-ready, spatially immersive platform with long-form, iterative, peer-reviewed scholarly content.
The Holocaust Denial on Trial (HDOT) project provides access to documents related to the "David Irving v. Penguin Books U.K. and Deborah Lipstadt" trial.
Samothracian Networks | Samothrace Mariner presents a study of ritual and mobility in the ancient world in an interactive game format.
Shakespeare and the Players is an online exhibition of postcards featuring English and American actors from the late Victorian and Edwardian eras.
The Sickle Cell Information Center website incorporates stories, history, art, and social media along with news and research updates.
The Sounding Spirit project focuses on sacred music before and after the turn of the 20th century.
The Views of Rome project uses Emory's copy of Pirro Ligorio's 1561 map of ancient Rome to create an interactive digital tool.
Voyages: The Trans-Atlantic Slave Trade Database presents data on the forced migration of 12.5 million Africans aboard transatlantic slave vessels.