Historical Methods and Theory

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Seeing the Past with Computers

Experiments with Augmented Reality and Computer Vision for History

A pathbreaking volume of innovative case studies exploring uses of visual technologies for historical research and teaching

Arguments with Silence

Writing the History of Roman Women

Examining the perishable nature of the history of women’s lives

Textual Rivals

Self-Presentation in Herodotus’ Histories

An investigation of what a Herodotean inquirer can do, and what he should do

Writing History in the Digital Age

A born-digital project that asks how recent technologies have changed the ways that historians think, teach, author, and publish

A New England Prison Diary

Slander, Religion, and Markets in Early America

A microhistorical examination of early American culture

The Future of Class in History

What's Left of the Social?

In the struggle between "social" and "cultural" thinking, the refusal to choose sides can be a radical and vital move