July 12th, 2012
The Digital World of Art History

Sandra Ludig Brooke,
Princeton University

The Blue Mountain Project: A Digital Library of the Avant-Garde

Melitte Buchman,
New York University

Preserving the present: Current Best Digital Practices

Gwen David,
Metropolitan Museum of Art and Queens College

Lost and Found: New Realities in Art Historical Research

Carole Ann Fabian,
Avery Architectural & Fine Arts Library, Columbia University

Shaping and Leading Digital Texts: The Future of Art Bibliography Initiative

Eleanor Fink,
World Bank Group

Art Clouds: Reminiscences and Prospects for the Future

Colum Hourihane,
Princeton University


Index of Christian Art staff: Judith Golden, Jessica Savage, Henry Schilb, Beatrice Radden Keefe, and Jon Niola,
Princeton University

The Index of Christian Art Database-New Initiatives

Trudy Jacoby,
Princeton University

Hidden Collections become Digital Treasures

Evelyn (Timmie) Birge Vitz and Marilyn Lawrence,
New York University

Bringing Medieval Stories to Life Digitally: Two Performance Websites

David Mimno,
Princeton University

The Princeton Digital Humanities Initiative

Maria Oldal, Elizabeth O'Keefe, and William Voelkle,
Morgan Library

Digital Dexterity: The Morgan's Medieval World at Your Fingertips

Gretchen Wagner,

Cause for Celebration? Copyright and Scholarship in the Arts