June 26th, 2013
The Digital World of Art History 2013: From Theory to Practice

Virginia M. G. Hall,
Senior Instructional Designer, Center for Educational Resources, Johns Hopkins University

Bringing Digital Literacy into the Classroom: New Ways of Teaching with Images

Colum Hourihane,
Princeton University


Trudy Jacoby,
Princeton University


Richard Knipel,
President, Wikimedia New York City, Wikipedian in Residence (2011), Museum of Modern Art, New York

Wikipedia as Art Archive

Genevra Kornbluth,
Kornbluth Photography

Kornbluth Photography: from private research to public archive

Catherine Larkin,
Departmental Head, Digital Initiatives and the Art Image Library, Long Island University, C. W. Post Campus

The William Randolph Hearst Archive: An Emerging Opportunity for Digital Art Research and Scholarship

Kandice Rawlings,
Associate Editor, Oxford Art Online

Exploring Oxford Art Online, Home of Grove Art Online and the Benezit Dictionary of Artists

Barbara Rockenbach,
Director of Humanities And History Libraries, Columbia University

Art History in and for a Digital Age

Jessica Savage,
Research Scholar, Index of Christian Art

Recent Initiatives in the Index of Christian Art

James Shulman,
President, ARTstor

Images for Academic Publishing: community-wide support for academic publishing

Joaneath Spicer,
The James A. Murnaghan Curator of Renaissance and Baroque Art, The Walters Art Museum

Activating the "digital humanities": visiting the Walters' Chamber of Wonders online

Diane Zorich,
Cultural Heritage Consultant, Princeton

The 'Art' of Digital Art History