Editors’ Choice: Data Driven Art History

This is the first post in Data Praxis, a new series edited by Thomas Padilla. Data Praxis highlights a range of perspectives on the practice of digitally inflected research, pedagogy, curation, and collection building and augmentation. Topics span methods and tools in the context of research questions and/or exploratory trajectories, and extend to consider reflections on data definition, access, curation, sharing, and reuse. This first post features a conversation between Matthew Lincoln and Thomas Padilla concerning data driven art history.

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This content was selected for Digital Humanities Now by Editor-in-Chief Joshua Catalano based on nominations by Editors-at-Large: Antonio Jimenez-Munoz, Jan Lampaert, Rebecca Napolitano, Danae Tapia, Kevin Thompson, Covadonga Lamar, Melanie Barbier, and Sahar Al-Keshwan