By Jayasree Jaganatha, Renaissance Computing Institute (RENCI) – Notes, takeaways, and resources from our inaugural event (featuring Kathryn Desplanque, Corbin Jones, and Timothy Shea) – On January 26, 2022, Carolina Data Science Now launched its seminar series, which will strive … Continued
Please join us for three lightning talks by professors and researchers in UNC-Chapel Hill’s academic community, centered around how data science is used in a broad range of disciplines. These talks will be followed by a guided panel and an … Continued
Timothy Shea spoke on the current development behind the “Spatial Antiquity Lab,” which aims to be a permanent space dedicated to research and teaching in spatial humanities and focused on the study of ancient cities, urbanism, and regional cultural landscapes.
Kathryn Desplanque spoke on her core book project, “Inglorious Artists: Art-World Satire and the Market Economy for Art, 1750-1850,” which examines a corpus of 530 satirical images of artistic life in Paris published between 1750 and 1850.