Digital Scholarship at DePauw
Forging new paths of inquiry and research
DePauw students and faculty members regularly use digital evidence and methods in their scholarship. Whether digging deeply into patterns within the corpus of digitized medieval texts, developing a multidimensional atlas of a city, or using new-media to bring rural Indiana stories of poverty out of the shadows, DePauw scholars are always exploring the intersections of scholarly work and digital tools/methods.
Profs. Kuecker and Puga, along with DePauw students and colleagues from 6 other institutions, are creating a digital urban atlas of Mexico City.
Professor Harry Brown is using digital methods to archive and study trends in the iconography and verse of American gravestones.
Professor Tamara Stasik and her students use digital evidence and research methods to reveal new insight within medieval manuscripts