Meditations on the Historical Production of Spaces

Medieval Maps: Digital Humanities

Dr. Helen Davies  |  Chris Rouse  |  Tobias Hrynick  |  Dr. John Wyatt Greenlee

Bai, Di, David W. Messinger, and David Howell. “Hyperspectral analysis of cultural heritage artifacts: pigment material diversity in the gough map of britain.” Optical Engineering 56, no. 8 (2017): 081805.

———. “A hyperspectral imaging spectral unmixing and classification approach to pigment mapping in the Gough & Selden Maps.” Journal of the American Institute for Conservation 58, no. 1-2 (2019): 69-89.

Bradshaw, Shannon, Martin Kennedy Foys, and Dorothy Porter. “The DM Environment: From Annotation to Dissemination.” (2016).

Davies, Helen. “Medieval Mappae Mundi as Deep Maps.” In Digital Medieval, edited by Kathryn Beebe and David LeFavor. Forthcoming.

———.“Multispectral Imaging of the Vercelli Mappa Mundi.” Forthcoming in Imago Mundi.

Davies, Helen, and Gregory Heyworth. “Digital Mapping, Spectral Imaging and Medieval Mappae Mundi.” In A Companion to English Mappaemundi of the Twelfth and Thirteenth Centuries, edited by Dan Terkla and Nick Millea, 253–266. Woodbridge: Boydell & Brewer, 2019.

Davies, Helen,  and Alexander Zawacki. “Collaboration and Annotation: Pelagios, Recogito and Multispectral Imaging of Cultural Heritage Objects.” EuropeanaTech Insight 12 (2019).

Dorado-Munoz, Leidy, David W. Messinger, and Damien Bove. “Integrating spatial and spectral information for enhancing spatial features in the Gough map of Great Britain.” Journal of Cultural Heritage 34 (2018): 159-165.

Elliot, Tom. “Constructing a digital edition of the Peutinger Map.” in Cartography in Antiquity and the Middle Ages: Fresh Perspectives, New Methods. Belgium: Brill, 2008. 99-110. 

Foys, Martin, and Shannon Bradshaw. “Developing digital mappaemundi: an agile mode for annotating medieval maps.” Digital Medievalist 7 (2012).

Foys, Martin. “The Virtual Reality of the Anglo‐Saxon Mappamundi.” Literature Compass 1, no. 1 (2004).

Millea, N. and Howell, D., 2018. Revealing the past: how science is unlocking cartographic secrets. In Dissemination of Cartographic Knowledge (pp. 331-346). Springer, Cham.

Wacha, Heather, and Jacob Levernier. “Cartography and Code: Incorporating Automation in the Exploration of Medieval Mappaemundi.” Digital Medievalist 12, no. 1 (2019).